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Beautiful breakfast, beautiful sunny day, frost on the cars actually. We headed off for Stratford-upon-Avon which as it turned out was less than 10 miles away. This is the birthplace of William Shakespeare and a tourist trap! We parked in a 1 hour only car park at about 9:50am and walked around the then deserted streets as most of the shops don't …
... Then we went an sat in trafalgar square for a bit. There we tons of people and a couple fountains. There was also this giant blue rooster. Finally we went for a walk through Piccadilly Circus and decided to get dinner at a British restaurant called Nando's. It was a cool concept you ordered at a cash and then they brought the food to you. We then went home, did laundry and went to ...
... were impressive with the sarcophagi for the royals and their felines (none for dogs). Ethan was a capable guide and was able to supplement our tour with numerous interesting facts and stories about the displays. Jonah and I learned about the Lindow man - an incredibly preserved corpse of a man found in the 80s in a bog in NW England. The body was dated to 2BC to 1120 BC, preserved due to the absence of microorganisms in the peat bog that would contribute to its decay. ...
We then had to walk, rather swiftly, down to Shaftesbury Avenue to see the fantastic "Book of Mormon" musical - well, I enjoyed it, although Liz was a little less enthusiastic!
When we emerged into daylight at around 5pm, London was bathed in a beautiful early evening glow, as th sub prepared to set. We wandered down to the Mall, popped into the ICA for half an hour, then walked through St James's Park to Buckingham Palace, ...
... train. I was feeling pretty weary by this point, over 24 hours of travel with little food will do that to you. However, I managed to perk up with the view out my window of all the quaint little houses. Arriving at Holborn station, I braced myself for the cold, yet it wasn't as bad as I had expected it do be. Although I was definitely grateful for all my layers. My hostel was only a short walk from the station, and soon I found myself taking off all my layers I had just put on. I ...
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