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... the bridge and saw England's smallest chapel. Watched swans again, they are so beautiful. Meet up with Lou and went to the St. Ives Carnival. Took a blanket and people watch. Then off to dinner at a proper pub. The Old Ferry Boat and had proper fish and chips. Also had a half beer and an orange ...
... in WWI" and we walked around all the locations of people (politicians) involved in WWI, with a commentary on the politics of WWI.
The other museum I went to on Tuesday was the Bank of England Museum. I didn’t know this one existed but it was opened in 1988! I saw a lot of interesting exhibits, coins, and bank notes, but there were school parties there which were aggravating.
There are things that happen in life that aren't enough to make a whole blog entry and don't fit under the work blogs, so here are a few moments that I have had. - I was in Hyde Park and saw a puppy carrying a stick as big as itself. It was so so cute! - I had a random conversation with a mum on the tube about her son and freckles. He was freckled and it reminded me of how different my freckles are to my sisters. It was really odd. But cool. Freck-cool. - I ...
... too ugly to be famous), walked across the London Tower Bridge, toured the [Resurrected] Shakespeare Globe theatre, visited Big Ben/ House of Parliament, Trafalgar Square (absolutely loaded with people), Leicester Square (the winter carnival for Christmas is still running), and hit up the China Town area (which is predictably similar to China Towns in all urban areas).
Mostly, again, I just ...
Other than that, I had pretty chill nights this week. My roommate and I got into a workout routine because we feel like all we do is eat.
Big plans for this weekend! Katrin and I bought train tickets and we are heading for the south of England. We will be in Sussex in a town called Hastings staying in an 18th Century bed and breakfast. Our main attraction though is going hiking in the ...