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... the palace through St James Park to Westminster Abbey to line up for a look through (it's not as good as you see in the Royal wedding films) without being able to take photos although some of it was good. Didn't do the eye it was too overcast didn't think I would get a good clear view, I'll do it tomorrow. We did go to see The Lion King and both of us really enjoyed it, they really no how to put on a show over here. We are seeing Lady in Black on Saturday ...
... a tiny bit and recorded some of the very last songs (hey, it's not a picture!). The earlier songs were better, with more high notes, but this still gives you an idea. A quick trip home to freshen up and drop some things off at the apartment and then we were off to dinner. We had reservations at a nice steakhouse tonight, and it's the first really nice dinner we've had this trip! I'm feeling better but depending on my water intake that day sometimes I feel awful when I try to eat so ...
... little while later we walked around then went to the Camden Market where we got some food and wandered around the converted horse stalls which were now shops. It was interesting the layout the market had, and there was a little waterway running by with a working canal lock. We watched a chip being raised and then going along before wandering back to the hotel for some chess, dinner, then a good night's sleep.
The next morning we took the tube ...
... Instead at 1100, go next door to the barracks and watch the same guard and band do their inspection and play music from 5 feet away with 50 people watching. We watched the entire event and then watched them march off to change guard and did not have to battle the crowd. New nugget of good intel. Also-did you know that a different regiment is the guard every year? I didn’t know that.
Now-off to get our rental car, brave the London traffic, and drive to Scotland!
The most difficult and challenging 'TO-DO' list in my life has pretty much been completed:
Get a ticket - check
Quit job - check
Give up flat - check
Close all utility accounts - check...
Move out - check
Limit all essential stuff to one backpack - check
I'm officially homeless and unemployed!!! Pretty daunting but liberating in the same time.
Long story short: ...