Sorry – I am updating with photos and more details as I get a chance. This is going to be short and sweet. I’ll add details later as it is WAY past my bedtime and we have a huge day tomorrow.
This morning, or more like noonish, we went to Buckingham Palace. State Rooms, Mews, and Gallery. Photography was only allowed outside the palace and in the gallery, so I don’t have a LOT to share, but here are a few. Loved the mews. I intend to travel by carriage from now on. My favorite was the Scottish carriage, although the Aussie version has automatic windows and a heater.
After fighting our way through the gift shop, (chaos), we grabbed a bite to eat near The Globe and went to see The Tempest. It was absolutely breathtaking! We leaned our sore bodies against the back wall and got swept away. I’d have been even MORE swept away if the 12-year-old boy next to me wasn’t texting and tossing his plastic water bottle up in the air.
Overall, the day was marked by the fact that Sandy was even more short-tempered than I with other tourists. New candidates for most obnoxious? Russia.
We even managed to find our way back to the Tube and to our hotel without incident. Thanks, Amy and Dave for that!
2 thoughts on “LONDON DAY FIVE: THE WORLD’S A STAGE”
You have my admiration for blogging at all while on holiday, and also for surviving the tourist crowds! The inside of the Globe looks wonderful – sounds like an unforgettable experience.
It really does help me remember what all are doing and the fun things that happened, since I’m only now starting to feel as though I’m actually here, mentally.