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... history in terms of weaponry or equipment. My interest is more in the human side or the social aspects of the history and the cause and effect of wars. However once I got inside properly I realised that there was many exhibitions that were of interest to me. The museum has recently been upgraded and the WWI exhibition was amazing - full of interactive displays, stories, images, propaganda posters and even ...
... quite an adventure. We even had all the seasons - hot and humid by day and emerging from the theatre to light rain.
Tomorrow we will sit on the hop on hop off bus and do every route to take it all in. Then Sunday walk - we plan to walk from Westminster to Tower Bridge - a big loop of about 7km. Nothing like ambition, eh?
No pictures today - too busy getting hot, bothered and lost.
Loving London already.
... continued to stroll past famous landmarks in London like Big Ben, Trafalgar Square, Downing Street (home to the English Prime Minister) and the infamous roundabout from National Lampoons European Vacation movie fame. The traffic at roundabout was so chaotic I can see why Chevy Chase's character lost his marbles. There is no way I would even attempt to drive in London, thankfully the public transport is excellent. I take my hat off to those busdrivers.
... Brilliantly acted, funny and a real delight.. loved how they incorporated the audience and made you feel like you were a part of the play. I thoroughly enjoyed this whole experience.
After the play, headed to the loo before walking over the bridge again back to St Paul's - the bus home was PACKED!!!! It was about 11pmish so a lot of theatre had let out and there were a lot of people around, even ...
... minute bus) but, we all agreed that it was a worthwhile expedition. The change of pace to a modern exhibit was a nice contrast to the historical sites. The kids (and parents!) had a great time exploring the sets, costumes and props.
Unbelievable how much creative energy, staff and funding went into the 8 movies. 17000 wand boxes were hand created to stock the shelves of Olivander's Wand shop. There were 9 different Neapolitan Mastiffs who played the role of ...