Well, that’s just cuckoo

Clock room

We found a room in the British Museum dedicated to clocks. At four o’clock they started going off, chiming, ringing, tinkling, and even cuckoing. Rebecca’s grandfather in Europe repaired watches.

We also added the Rosetta Stone to our haul of ancient wonders.

We spent the morning in the Tower of London. The Beefeater tour guide we followed put on an informative and entertaining show.

He had a big voice.

Our final adventure of the day was attending the theater.

We went to Her Majesty’s Theatre where we saw Phantom of the Opera. Lavish would be putting it mildly.

Just outside our flat is a really big, curvy building with restaurants and bars at the top (35-38th floors). It’s free, and it offers incredible views. The drinks at not cheap.

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