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Today we walked through the City of London. Actually, we set out with plans to see a London musical and maybe tour Westminster Abbey. "The best laid schemes o' mice an' men Gang aft a-gley," wrote Robert Bruce. So, we found our plans changed but it was, nevertheless, a very interesting and enjoyable day. We took the tube to Piccadilly Circus and found the Prince of Wales theatre where "The Book of Mormon" is playing. This was ...
... then moved on to another museum where we took some more pictures outside and used the bathroom. There was this super cute little girl with a British accent saying "it's a nightmare!" over and over again.
We brought with us two English teachers and a science teacher (who doesn't speak English). They totally didn't know how to use the map and turned around about 5 times before we found the little shopping area we were looking ...
... as I could be. I've seen the man perform twice in the last 13 months, and got to stand ten feet away from him after chasing down his tour bus through the streets of Regina not five months ago. So I'd say just getting to visit his home was enough to cap off a magical Beatle-y year for me.
Aidan and I hopped back on the Jubilee Line from St. John's Wood and headed out for lunch in Piccadilly Circus (at ...
... seeing as we took two gravol when we weren't supposed to and could barely stay awake to answer to "do you want beef on a bun". Melissa getting yelled at by a flight attendant to put her seatbelt on cause we were in turbulence, and Melissa barely waking up was questioning me as to why she was being yelled at. I nearly died laughing. Arriving in London we had to take the tube from the airport to where ...
... the world to places very different than my home. I am healthy and strong and my life is filled with endless possibilities. I will not waste this beautiful day that I am so blessed to have been given. I will have a lazy morning sleep-in in my comfortable boutique hotel bed, enjoy a lovely English breakfast prepared by a chef who studied under Gordon Ramsay. I will absorb the culture and history of the V&A museum and meet my friends in Kensington gardens for high tea. ...
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