So, I landed in London at around 10am. Got about 4 hours of sleep maybe, but an advantage of my meds is that I rarely feel tired so I was OK to go! Had a snag that had the potential to be ugly trying to load my Travelex card at the airport but it worked out and I got to my hotel and checked in at 2pm. Then I rushed to Westminster Abbey and St. Paul’s because they are closed Sundays and the latest they were open was 3:30 and 4:30 respectfully. I managed both though! They are both no photos areas unfortunately, so here are the outsides:
London phone booth:
Pretty garden outside St. Paul’s:
Then I went to see Wicked, which is an amazing show and I definitely recommend it:
Then today I slept in a bit, and then had lunch in an Indian place and hit up the British National Muesum:
The have lots of cool exhibits but my favorite was one in the Living and Death gallery that demonstrates how many pills a person takes on average in their lives: 14,000!!! An interesting thought as a medical student!
Those three things were what I really wanted to see in London this go, so that’s me happy then! Now I’m just going to relax (and fight with Facebook to upload pics on this WiFi 😉 ) until my team meeting tonight, and then early to bed because we’re out at 6:30am tomorrow for Paris!!