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We woke to solid rain today and it didn't really stop till mid-afternoon. We had aimed to get to Brompton Oratory (the Catholic Church in Knightsbridge) by 10.30am because Rob was telling last night that he would be there for a service with the whole school and it would be good to take the boys to see the church and the singing. We missed timed it all though and instead headed straight for the Science Museum. It was ...
... a tour of the entire facility. Our tour guide was absolutely precious - we certainly loved his job! He vividly explained how traitors entered the Tower through "Traitor's Gate," passed onto the courtyard and in the split second before their death, tears rolled down, and the executioner brought down the axe onto their heads and blood splattered everywhere, and then they continued to cut off limbs and every extremity possible! SO GRUESOME! The tour guide warned us that ...
... train continuing east into the heart of the dusty interior.
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