The BYU London Centre on Palace Court.
The street where I live.
The Rosetta Stone
SO-CRATES. haha. (bill and ted's excellent adventure)
The British Museum-- perhaps, the best museum in the world.
Best gelato in the whole world!
The many flights I climb to get to my room.
Hyde Park. Right down the street from where we live.
Chess is a sport.
I found a Botero!! Grandma would be very proud!
A cool little church we found on a walk. Apparently, Mother Goose was buried here. I didn't know she was a real person.
The London Tower.
Posing for pictures isn't our forte.
Some people believe that aliens built this. haha. typical aliens.
There were sheep everywhere.
I spy, with my little eye, something big, mysterious, and prehistoric... STONEHENGE!
The lovely city of Bath. Pronounced "BAAAHWTH." Yeah, really drop that jaw, and give that British accent a try. It just doesn't sound as elegant with an American one. Not for a city this beautiful.
Fan Vaulting. Very cool.
The Royal Crescent... breathtaking!
Audio tours. We are learning a lot.
Above the Roman Baths
You really can't grasp this place from the photo... the classic guitar, the historic buildings, the people, the elegance and tranquility... Bath is magical.
At the Criterion Theatre for 39 Steps.
Piccadilly Circus at night.
A quiet, hidden park in the middle of the city. It is dedicated to ordinary people who died performing heroic acts. This small place had the strongest feeling of peace I have felt in this city.
Here is one of many memorials.
The financial district? London business people like to bowl together on their lunch breaks!
The Borough Market. So many interesting foods and plenty of samples!
A Razzle Dazzle Rose in the Queen's Garden at Regent's Park.
Westminster Palace at Parliament.
A guard ready to blow our brains out.
Do you feel lucky, punk?
A little snippet of Westminster Palace.
Afternoon tea at the historic Pump Room. This was the real deal, ladies.
Oh Bath! How will I leave you?
How do you solve a Problem like Mr. Darcy? How is it done, Jane?
The endless panorama that is the Royal Crescent in Bath.
Me and Natalie at the ancient Roman Baths.
Westminster Hall at Parliament. We weren't allowed to take photos anywhere else in this building, but it was amazing! I really liked the Queen's robing room.
Arriving at the Piccadilly Circus to see the play 39 Steps.
St. Paul's Cathedral
Turkish Delights from the Borough Market. Mine was rose flavored!
Ol' Bill Shakespeare and I.
An exciting day on the Thames-- full of life and culture.
London Bridge... not the one in AZ.
Does anyone have the time?
Okay... I don't have a lot of time to go over everything I did this past week, but if you are interested in reading some details about some of these things here is a passage (well, most of it) from an email that I sent to my Grandma: