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Day Two

London

semi-overcast 16 °C

So...today was busy....we hit the Portabello Market, with hundreds of bobbles, antiques, textiles, clocks, watches, and food for sale.

We then moved on to the British Museum where we learned about Partheonon artifacts and mummification. It was free to visit so we milked it before we headed onto the Tower of London. In pounds the cost was only £16 each, however, with our ever so valuable dollar it cost is $64!!!! The tour was "free" and we learned about all of Henry's wives and their executions along with viewing the Crown Jewels.
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After the tower, we headed back to towards the hotel where we thought we would have a beer in a local laid back pub. Instead, the Futbol game just ended and we were situated in a local Chelsea pub with a bunch of wild Chelsea Futbol fans who just won their equivalent to the Superbowl!! day_2_and_day_3_004.jpg Mark was presented with and eventually struck with a stalk of celery....for some reason celery in Chelsea is very popular. The Chelseians sing a chant that goes..."celery, celery, celery,....you better make her cum...if you don't, just tickle her bum with a stalk of... celery, celery, celery....." it goes on and on. There was celery all over the floor of this bar and Mark's contact came out of his eye when he was struck with a stalk of it!!!

We then ate dinner at an Italian restaurant. We had pizza and pasta that was very good.

All for now....love ya!

Posted by mzimmer75 14:48 Archived in England Tagged family_travel

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