LSE Rosebery Hall Residence
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Having already been to London two years ago I was really excited to come back and see a couple things I couldn't the first time around. I had only been able to see part of the National Gallery and the Victoria and Albert Museum and hadn’t been able to see the palace of Henry VIII, Hampton Court Palace.
Hindsight is 20/20 but I should have passed on the Victoria and Albert Museum. I was exhausted by the time I ...
... owned vehicles were all busy!! Fortunately, there
joiners (carpenters) eating breakfast with us, so we hopped into their van and
we all tried
to find the train station!! (They knew less about the town than Connie did!) We
just as the train was leaving; the conductress saw me running down the platform
held the train! Next stop: Glasgow. ...
... Lovely. Then I walked around the madness of the West End some more, saw some street performers that were not entertaining, and got back on the tube. It was like being a sardine in a can, and there's no airconditioning in their subways. It was 90 degrees in London today. The Londoners all panick with that kind of heat. They literally had to close tracks as they were afraid they would melt in the heat. Just another summer day in CT.
Today we decided to take advantage of our proximity to the British Museum (2 blocks away) and do a small visit. We will be going back at least one more time, so we thought we'd take this slow.
The museum is ENORMOUS! It houses some of the world's greatest collections of Egyptian, Greek, Assyrian, and other antiquities. We tackled it by staying only on the main floor level. This seemed quite reasonable to us....and 3 hours later we ...
... that Germany seems to have the most skilful drivers (I have to go back and drive on the autobahn!) and Italy has the rudest drivers and they might take France on for the craziest as well, that Switzerland (in the Interlaken region at least) and the Rhine Valley are two of the most untouched and beautiful areas I've seen and that Europe has an awful lot of stairs!! If anyone hasn't been to Europe (or not enough of it) and has even a ...