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... beheaded in the castle.
1 thousand people got beheaded and 75 were boys and the rest were girls.
But girls were harder to chop off.
We got a tour around the castle. They were called Beefeaters.
They believed that if the ravens left the castle it would crumble.
They cut the ravens right wing so they could not leave.
We also walked across the most famous bridge called the Tower Bridge.
I liked the ...
... really fun :)
Friday has been good so far! Relaxing day at work...only 3 of us were in the office. Tonight I am going to my coworker Laura's flat for a girls night which will consist of cheesy movies and junk food. Can't wait! She also has a cat so I am excited to hold something furry again (if he lets me!)
That was pretty much it for my week! Saw the sun a lot so that's a plus. Comment below and share your week with me!
... photo. Well apparently 100's of other people had the same idea and in addition to it being quite a busy intersection with some understandably impatient drivers, we made the best attempt we could and had a few laughs doing so. As the 4 of us adorned our Beatles tshirts, we were the source of amusement for other tourists also and are no doubt featuring in their holiday snaps. As the daylight dwindled, it was home to our apartment for a short rest before Wayne and I headed back ...
... four-hour trip to our north Louisiana camp if he would listen to an audio book of the Sorcerer’s Stone. “Momma, that’s a kid’s book.” But he reluctantly agreed. On their first potty-break stop in St. Francisville, he refused to turn the car’s engine off, Shhhh!, he told his mother. And listened intently, absorbed in the story to the max all the way to the camp. He was hooked, on the ...
... were boarding the next plane an Indian dad was taking a selfie with the family, so I photo bombed that with a classic Nat face.
The next flight was good cause we had afternoon tea and it was chocolate cake and a scone...out of the total 18 hour journey I must have slept about 12 hours, Ant slept 1...but he watched plenty of movies. Flying into London, the sun soon disappeared ...