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... statues and brilliant art work inside the church. WOW.
Lastly we headed to Westminster Abbey which is a very noble structure situated across from parliament and by Big Ben. Another wonderful building that all you can do is be awed by the architecture. We went into the church to listen to an organ recital. I was also getting some culture on church day. It was also a free way to see the ...
... have a guy with all his armour on their backs. the queues to see the Crown Jewels were far to long and we decided to give it a miss, I was a bit disappointed, but I think we would have still been in line even now. So after a long but really interesting day we headed back to our flat in Kensington Square.
I learned a lot and thought it was amazing. Tomorrow will be another full day with a trip to Cambridge and the Duxford Air Museum which I am really looking forward to.
... half an hour with Laurel coming in second. We had a good laugh about it while waiting and kept our spirits up. Mr. Wilkerson was also among those checked and re-checked multiple times. Surpringly, they didn't check his hair. When we finally cleared security, we found that in London, your gate isn't announced until 20 mins before boarding. If you've ever traveled NJ Transit in Penn Station in NYC, it's very similar- except there are way more people here in London. We did our best to ...
... some narrow alley ways and streets to follow these legends. The tour went around Piccadilly Circus. Another very interesting tour.
Back on the bus to the was bunker. This is where Winston Churchill gave orders from during the was. Some rooms have been least exactly as they were when the was ended. Many of the people actually lived down in these bunkers for years. Courageous people.
Walked back through Hyde Park, Thai for dinner which was delicious
Another great ...
... that we walk a lot so I needed a different and new pair of wool socks. So far, that is the only clothing item I've bought for myself! And I cannot wait to try them! For lunch, we turned to our old faithful friend, Yelp. It led us to the Ye Old Chesire Cheese. It was rebuilt after the great fire in 1667 and you could tell this pub has been through a lot. The pub doesn't have much first floor space so we wondered how it seemed so popular. Well it turns out the pub goes ...