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... brings me to tears of boredom and the torture of it being shoved down my throat in high school - so seeing his hometown covered in him wasn't overly desirable to me. But turned out I actually really enjoyed it - a beautiful town! So many pretty tudor houses along the river, with very cute little shops - it's somewhere I'd love to go back to. The drive through the cotswolds was a little to be desired - cots meaning animals and wolds ...
... about 12:30. That is: House of Parliament Big Ben Westminster abbey Abbey road The horse guard Buckingham palace Rode the London eye Ate fish & chips Had a jäger milkshake Tools hundreds of pictures Piccadilly square Oxford square And much, much more. Overall, I can't imagine a better day in London. On my way home I stopped at Westminster train station to hear Big Ben chime at 12am and that was awesome. Tomorrow we head to Amsterdam. I'm very sad to ...
... is famous.
We soon crossed the Tower bridge before stopping at the London Tower to check out the Crown Jewels. The tower is known for death. It has been a place of imprisonment, torture and execution. The Yeoman Warders are the guards and jailers of the tower. They got the nickname ...
Got up this morning and had breakfast as usual. Realized that I had gotten this app to calculate my daily expenses, and I have not filled it in for the last two days. Will have to do that soon before I forget.
The Science Museum opens up at 10:00 am so I trekked on out and to South Kensington tube station and walked towards the museum. The museum is huge, but in a way, was disappointing. The way it was organized and tons of middle and elementary school groups all over ...
... to wait to photograph St. Bartholomew the Great, I went there this morning. My visit started with tea and a mincemeat pie in the Cloister Café (again), and while I was enjoying my refreshment the choir began to rehearse for the Lessons and Carols service at 1 pm. They turned out to be the girls choir, with some girls singing treble, some women singing alto and men covering tenor and bass. The conductor of this group is a woman, so that was nice ...