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... t quite as good as I had expected but it was still cool the coolest thing was the 1 minute speed painting which looked really good and would have taken me a whole day. Mirror maze was also really cool. We left Ripley's and headed home via the Underground witch was packed. It was nearly 8 when we got home so I just went to bed and hoped that I would not wake up at 5 o'clock ...
... to everyone - it's incredibly scary, but much history was covered in a very entertaining way. And, to finish the day off, I went to 221b Baker Street!!! OMG!!!
So yes, London is incredible! There is still so much I want to do there, but I was surprised how close everything is - and sightseeing costs nothing so not too expensive either!
Next weekend I'm up to Durham, because I can't get enough of this cold :P
Until next time,
Oh boy, another tough night of coughing and sneezing! Plus this morning it was raining so that kinda ruined our plans of hiking around instead we got ready and headed to Cambridge. We had a very delicious brunch at Rainbow Cafe which had vegan and vegetarian food! I had a paella and Jen had the shepherd's pie. Very tasty and completely packed by the time we headed out. We decided to check out the famous King's College Chapel which had ...
... But this time they lead on to other rooms such as the crimson apartments which were largely decorated with gold and read. And the armoury, staircases and grand halls and stairwells. We also had some more information about the order of the garter and saw the coats of arms of all the members past and present. After that impressive display I barely made it out in time to see the changing of the guard in the castle. I watched some of the guards walk away ...
Where we last left off, I believe (and by believe I mean I reread my last post and know) that we were loving life in business class and thrilled just to be on the way. Fast forward 10 hours and we were grumpy, feeling slightly squished after changing planes into a less roomy business class, feeling incredibly sheepish for feeling slightly squashed, and just ready to get off a bloody jet plane. Apparently that feeling is not just reserved for economy. Good to know. So ...