Travelodge London Battersea
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... God I greatly admire for his passion and zealous nature to spread the Love of Jesus through word and action. Catch on fire and others will love to come watch you burn.” “Do all the good you can. By all the means you can. In all the ways you can. In all the places you can. At all the times you can. To all the people you can. As long as ever you can.” John Wesley We were able to visit the chapel he built ...
... proceed to the Tower of London, certainly one of London's true icons. The Tower is really a series of separate buildings, some over 900 years old. It was variously used as a refuge and power base for royals, a royal palace, a prison, treasury, home of the Royal Mint and the Royal Crown Jewels etc. and was very important in determining who actually controlled Britain at stages through its history. It was of course the location of many executions, where those condemned ...
... the horse track, yep the horse track, and Serpentine (lake and river made specially for Queen Catherine I think in the 1700's) into Buckingham Palace. Along the way we visited the Australian War Memorial, such a unique place. Naming all the towns where soldiers had come from and the wars they fought in, so much detail. Couldn't find anywhere to close to home but plenty of country towns (found Cowes). Swinging by ...
... It was funny to hear their responses to certain things and how their teachers responded. The Europeans have made a huge contribution to science, and it was interesting to read about the British point of view on historical facts concerning steam and the industrial age. I think I spent about three hours in there going all over the place. Bought $50 of science souvenirs at their shop, and then left. I knew that Harrods was one tube station over so I decided to stop by.
... were read. No microphones were used, so I was actually able to hear the lessons. The church filled quickly, so I was pleased that I had made the effort to be really early.
The Nine Lessons and Carols Service begins with a prayer and goes straight into the first reading which is the beginning of Genesis. Following the readings the choir would present a piece and then usually the congregation would sing a carol. I was able to enjoy ...