Tea at the Kensington Palace Orangery.
My delicious fruit scone - complete with clotted cream and chamomille herb tea. yum.
We finally made our way over to the British Museum where we found the Rosetta Stone. It was much larger than I was expecting.
We recognized that we have been living in Europe for long enough now because we are starting to be on museum overload. Unfortunately we have begun to be desensitized of seeing very old things... it starts to look very similar after you have walked through so many museums already. But still we had a great time among the mummies and Roman statues.
This road is essentially just another extremely busy street in London. Luckily when the crosswalk has black and white poles to the side, cars are required to stop for the crossing pedestrians. This law was essential for our Abbey Road picture. We didn't feel ridiculous at all as we crossed.
Our last play as a group... Haunting Julia. This show was surprisingly very scary! A very fun show to end on.
Ornate ceilings... I was actually allowed to take pictures inside this palace which was a first.