The Chichester Hotel
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... We saw displays of medieval religious art, books from the Middle Ages, ancient stained glass, shoes, fashion, wrought iron, electronics, plaster casts of Trajan's column and Michelangelo's David, and lots of other things. We did not scratch the surface of this place. We wisely left early because of the impending tube strike and made it back to our place just fine. Then yesterday morning the strike started as ...
Hi mom! Currently 35 floors up in London's highest public park which is on top of one of the tallest buildings in downtown London. Very cool. Went to trafalgar square and Big Ben today as well after our lab lecture. Wimbledon didn't work out today so maybe ...
The museum was a hit, especially the area
dedicated to the Holocaust.
Dinner was chicken pie, mashed potatoes
& gravy at Mother Mash off Carnaby St.
Vanilla ice cream for dessert.
After dinner, group walked to Piccadilly
Circus for a bit of shopping.
We hopped back on the tube to return to the
hotel. A very full day now full of some
very tired students.
Having smashed clueQuest we decided to try it again, but this time against another team doing the same room. Edouard's pre-construction team took up the challenge. Once again locked in a room with 60 minutes to foil the dastardly plan and escape we went in. It didn't take long to fall back into the routine we ...
... the Thames and Matt and I went on the "Eye". You won't get Ross up there,but he's seen the photos. Went to Drury Lane in Soho and saw Warhorse last night, really good.
Helen's ariving on Monday morning early, we've got a Hop On Hop Off bus organised for Tuesday and a visit to Canterbury and some nights out, enough to keep her busy.
We're all well, loving our extended break, our time will be up before we know it.
Love Rob and Ross