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... for awhile and we each bought some cool soccer items. Next, we got on the bus tour and spent a couple hours looking at all the main sites in London. It was fun to see the city, but while being able to do it from a bus. My favorite places I saw today were Westminster Abbey and several statues from around the city. London has many big statues throughout the ...
... meters outside to the next shop. It was just plain annoying. Ended up back at the hotel for a rest before the Lion King tonight. The Lion King was amazing. The costumes, the puppets, the sets, were amazing. The actors, especially the two kids who played young Simba and Nala were brilliant. The cast came onto the stage at the beginning through the audience. Rebecca and I loved it. Well worth every ...
... officers. Broadcasts were made to the nation from here, coded messages were received and sent, rooms for the workers to sleep if needed. The museum section on Churchill was extremely well done, tracing his life from baby to his death at 90. He was in the Boer War, WWI, member of parliament numerous times, prime minister during WWII, and again in the early 1950's and ...
... we reached the Blue Lagoon, the rain had set in as well. The lagoon is a natural sea water thermal pool (so, obviously, is outdoors) and I refused to let the weather conquer us. The wind was so strong, we could barely open the door leading from the indoor pool to the outside lagoon and it was causing choppy waves in the sheltered bay area. The water was, apparently, much cooler than normal but was still lovely and warm ...
... in the shade of some trees with a drink and a pen each and designated various ones to our friends.
A little while later we found ourselves back by Westminster Bridge, but this time near the crowded area of the London Eye. Starbucks in hand, we darted around the crowd and managed to get to the other end in less than four minutes (I had been practicing this in Dublin, and my poor sister nearly had to run to keep up with me ...