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Not too many pictures today! Today we went to see Sir John Soane's museum, which is an old house that became a museum. Apparently this guy used to collect various architectural pieces like sculptures, wall pieces and even ceiling domes and integrate them into his house. Needless to say this place was a mess haha, but full of cool stuff. One of the more interesting things in there were these miniature cork models of old buildings/places. One was of the ...
... in London to go to the show. It was really tempting, but I decided not to go. I was in charge of a bus, and plus by that point I was sweaty and gross and didn't want to show up at the theatre like that.
We returned to Wellington Arch with our gelato by 2:45 and helped divide the students up into walking tour groups. Each of the admin leads a walking tour to one of the hot spots in London, and the kids get to choose where they want to ...
... see all of London! The Eye was pretty cool, though cities kind of scare me, haha, London is huge.
During my Eye ride I basically just took a bunch of photos of Big Ben, is just amazing. After that journey I decided to call it an early night, I'm trying to take it easy this weekend to get the pain down a bit. But I did eat an early dinner at that vegan place I like- yummm veggies!). Tomorrow I transfer to my ...
... the theatre here is that they sell concessions like a movie theatre and people eat and drink during the performance. Can't say I'm fond of that. However many of our students enjoyed the small tub of popcorn for £5! And, they all enjoyed the show (although some of the boys said there was too much singing - go figure). Thankfully the DLR ride back to our hotel is never busy as I want the students to attempt the public system on their own ...
... mine), with the exception of not being with our families. We have scheduled times to Skype with our families which will help a lot, but also make us homesick.
May you each enjoy this wonderful season for what it was originally meant and not the commercial fiasco that it has become.
(These photos are from the internet, not my own, except for our little Christmas tree.)