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... National Portrait Gallery: This gallery is home to more than 10,000 portraits of some of the most iconic figures in Britain’s history. Here you will find portraits of Henry VIII alongside J K Rowling and a visit here would certainly make for a very entertaining afternoon.
- St Martin-in-the-Fields: This historic church built in 1726 overlooks Trafalgar Square and is the work of well known Scottish architect James ...
... of Halikarnassos. There were also some scupltures from the Greek Panthenon, which had their own huge exhibit hall.
One thing I'd been thinking about was how and why some of these exhibits have ended up in the British Museum. Don't get me wrong, I loved seeing all of these pieces in one place... but having seen how the excavated treasures of Bulgarian kings have ended up in Russia and Austria, either by way of having been discovered on territory that no longer belongs ...
... that. Sal: We tried to get tickets to go to the manor house where Downton Abby is filmed. We tried as soon as the tickets were available for 2014. They were already sold out!!!!
This is our last blog. Tomorrow, after finishing the Holocaust, we will be packing to fly home on Tuesday. We will check for last comments and E-mails tomorrow morning. It has been fun sending our trip home. Thanks for tuning in!!!
... I quickly got the hang of the incredible public transportation system that London has.
The next morning Tim had to head into work so he left us with some instructions on what train station to meet him at in the afternoon and we struck out on our own. Thanks to our handy Oyster Card (essentially a prepaid universal train ticket) we were able to jump on and off different overground and underground trains very easily ...
... Englishman who mumbled some words to John as he was passing by our table. We couldn't tell if he was trying to be funny or picking a fight. We ignored his antics just in case. Later during our dinner, we noticed that he was picking a fight with the bartender. Not a smart choice as he was kicked out. Full and a little buzzed off of their most bitter beer on tap, we went back to our stink-free room to crash and plan the next few weeks of our ...