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So the weather isn't GREAT, but it only rained a bit this morning and then cleared to partly cloudy. Now it's just partly sunny!

Yesterday I explored the British Museum, mainly Egypt, Mesopotamia, Greece and Rome, and then went to the National Gallery where I saw more Rembrandts, Van Goghs, and Monets. There were even two new Monets in the gallery! Still amazing after seeing them before. And the British Museum? Love it!

Last night we went to Jersey Boys, and despite balcony seats, it was great fun. The singing was amazing! In a while, we go to the Lion King, although it's just D and I as E already saw it.

This morning, I took off early and went to Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, which I'd wanted to see last time I was here but didn't get there. I was glad I did. The tour was very interesting, with lots on display, and the inside of the theatre is adorable! They were changing the sets while we were doing the tour, and that was interesting too.

After that, I walked across the Millennium Bridge to St. Paul's Cathedral (just before 11, so I captured some audio/video of the church bells), then hopped on the train all the way to Notting Hill Gate. I didn't find a Notting Hill Gate, but I found a gate on Notting Hill Gate Road which turned out to be the entrance to the Kensington Palace Gardens road which you're not allowed to take pictures of. A guard rapped on the window at me, but said I didn't have to delete the pictures I already took.

Now I'd better go!

Later,

Trace

Posted by tracebc 04:45 Archived in United Kingdom

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