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... Hallie and Katie went from west to east to west to east to west to east to west to east back to west. And then realized tomorrow we would be flying east over it anyway.
Now, one last stop is on the other side of London, naturally, so jumped back on a train, transferred to a tube and dropped off at the British Museum. We have arrived to see 2 of the most wonderful and historically important items of ...
... I needed to get off at for my hostel. I finally figure it out, then headed down to get my day ticket. Of course my card doesn't work in those machines. So I just said screw it and walked the 20 extra minutes to the hostel. Right away I walk in and it's chaos. I'm staying at one of the more popular ones, YHA Central. There are people EVERYWHERE. It's too early for me to check in so I just take my luggage to the storage area, where I proceed to trip over 8 million bags to get to ...
... within these walls from mthods of torture to the royalty that have been housed there, some there choice others not so lucky and some that never left there. The crown jewels was a highlight of the Tower. From here we walked up to the Tower Bridge and took our photos. It was then a long walk home which an hour and then off to the same place as last night for a cheap but good dinner. Finally we got back to our hotel and we were in for the night.
... at LYG I go to do lots of things including meeting Great Britain Olympians!
GB Olympians I've met - Mark Hunter, Chemmy Alcott, Zoe Smith, Gemma Gibbons, Dina Asher-Smith, Christine Ohuruogu, JJ Jegede, Abi Chamberlain, Jack Green, Naomi Richies and Alison Waters
Sports I saw - Football, Swimming, Diving, Volleyball, Basketball, Rowing, Kayak, Handball, Squash, Tennis, Table Tennis, Hockey, Netball, Athletics, Indoor Rowing, Badminton, Archery, Cricket, ...
We are on our last free day..boo....! The plan is for 1 historical activity and last day of shopping. We start out going down Oxford Street, the street of shops. This takes almost 3 hours and the boys don't even shop as much as girls do. When end our journey at the British Museum, where we view the Rosetta Stone in all of its glory. Quite impressive and amazing to see the stone we ...