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... It is like being on the monopoly board today! Stopped at the British Museum for the quick look around the highlights. You could spend weeks in there! I particularly liked the Oxus Treasure from Iran (fabulous metalwork) and the Portland vase and cameos from Roman times. The vase was the inspiration for Wedgewood pottery. Managed to get the day's activities done with clear skies, but I can hear thunder and see dark clouds and rain now. Off to Dublin ...
... We could easily have spent the whole 3 days of our visit there! Back on the ferry to Victoria Embankment and then we walked along to the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben. There were police at all entrances, so no sightseeing allowed and so we went on to Westminster Cathedral. Arrived there at 3.35 and it closes on Thursdays at 3.30! But of course the gift shop was open, so we bought a guidebook to see the inside of it. Even if ...
... the Royal Albert Hall, spent Easter in Cologne with family, had more visitors including Keith (twice!), Kayla, Mom and Yvonne (and a quick blast of to Paris with them as well), and a very special visit from Devan to London. How special to have been able to spend time with great friends in family in London (and other countries/cities too!).
Some of the toughest times being far away from home and family was when Logan was born! Thank god for iPhones and photo streams. At least ...
... week. The strike started Tuesday at 21:30 (9:30pm).
So there was a group of girls going from Regent's to the O2. We all hopped on the tube and headed to the arena around 6pm. The tube was nuts! Rush hour is not a fun time to travel anywhere in London. Regardless, we all packed onto the Jubilee Line and counted down the stops until we could get off. We got to our seat at the O2 all the way in the top section right next to the stage. I ...
... of gunpowder in Westminster palace. This is now referred to as the Gunpowder Plot, the failure of which has been commemorated in England since 5 November 1605. His effigy is traditionally burned on a bonfire, and usually followed up by a fireworks display.
We spent a little time in one of the Maritime museums in Greenwich during the day and later watched the fireworks from Chris' house as they lit up the sky over the ...
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