Ramada Hotel and Suites London Docklands
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Today we visited the British Museum to see the Elgin Marbles which originally were on the facade of the Parthenon in Athens until Lord Elgin souvenired them several centuries ago. Egypt are now wanting them back, but Britain have so far resisted. Also wanted to see the Rosetta Stone which enabled moderns to translate Hieroglytics from ancient Egypt because it had the same writing in three languages including Hieroglytics. ...
... of steps (almost impossible to
heavy luggage). Finally reached the street, ended up in front of Harrod's--a
department store-busy, busy, busy-no available cabs! Connie miraculously hailed one
and we arrived at the Scan Court Apartments, checked in (and climbed 4 flights
there are NO elevators outside the USA we soon learned), showered, ...
... picnic lunch - the household cavalry museum: the lifeguard soldiers history and where the working horses are stabled in the 18th century stables. We also got to dress up as soldiers with their extremely heavy helmets. - the banqueting house: this building was created for court entertainment but is most famous for the execution of Charles 1 in 1649. Amazing ceiling. - ...
When we first arrived in London, our flat host Wayne mentioned that there was a old Police Box at one of the stops on our tube route. For those unaware, the Police Box is well known from the TV series Doctor Who (which I am a huge fan of). So we ventured there to see one in the wild, Jillian made fun of me for phrasing it like that, and it was cool to learn that Google had even made it an ...
... but I didn't know four leagues all connected. We than had a speaker tell us a little about cricket, the sport which is like no other. A quick lunch from the local mall, where I got some Chinese food and used the wifi forms few minutes, than we set off for the Olympic park again. Just like yesterday we got a tour of the area and how it ...