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We made an early start this morning as I was determined we would get to The Tower of London before it opened and avoid the crowds. The plan worked and once inside, we took Carrie's advice and headed directly for the Crown Jewels. For some reason, these (especially the crowns) really captured the imagination of the children. You stand on a conveyer to view the main crowns, rings and sceptres and the kids asked to double-back and repeat the journey at least 4 times!
... is literally just across the river from St. Paul's, so I can get over there as soon as I'm done there. I decided to make my way over to Tate Modern and see what modern art they had. It was an amazing building, a remodeled power plant converted museum. The art was exquisite, everything was recent from cubism to surrealism the exhibits here were all quite stunning. I spent about 4 hours here trying to take in as much as I could, I was able to get an audio ...
... still used by the Queen today for official banquets and King Henry VIII's enormous armour. Jason and George were pretty impressed by the weaponry on the walls in many of the rooms. Zoe even found a sapphire encrusted handle of a sword which she rather fancied!
We then caught the train to Feltham where mum's cousin Ann was waiting to meet us. We spent the afternoon and evening with Ann, Dick, Connie, Steven, Dylan (7), Eliza (4), Alistair and my Great ...
... br> Being surprised by the beauty of places we did not know much about
Tim Horton's hot chocolate (Emma) and doughnuts (Sandra)
Five things we won't miss:
Being on a bus
Tour guide at Independence Hall, Philadelphia
Living out of a suitcase
US dollars all being the same colour
... was so congested and busy it would be so easy to get separated and this nearly happened today, but who would drive in this city?This trip was such hell, every other journey on it will surely seem like paradise.The tube, not the car, nor the bicycle, nor even the double decker bus, is the London way.Why fight it?It's like a magical pathway.
The city is buzzing around us and it's great to be a part of it's pulse.