Return of the Grand Adventure - England & France travel blog

This phone box is actually a micro business!

"Cradle to Grave" is an interesting piece in the British Museum

"Cradle to Grave" is an interesting piece in the British Museum

"Cradle to Grave" goes the entire length of the glass cabinet, and...

Inside the British Museum Great Hall

Checking out The Holy Thorn Reliquary

The Holy Thorn Reliquary. The thin stick in the middle is a...

Checking out a chess set that was made from Walrus tusks.

Keziah with someone else's Mummy!

British Museum

Logan and Xavier at the Rosetta Stone.

Kye, Keziah and Xavier with an Easter Island Moai

Facetiming Nana and Pa

Logan talking with Nana and Pa

Classic old English Underground station.

Check out the bends in the platform.

Abbey Road Crossing

Logan and Xavier on the double decker bus.

Phil, Keziah and Sharlene on the bus

Xavier, Josh, Logan, Keziah, Kye and Taneisha at Marble Arch

Jonathan Phil & Sharlene at Marble Arch

Kye and Logan listening to an Operatic singer busking at Covent Garden...

Sharlene, Josh, Kye, Taneisha, Keziah, Logan, Xavier and Phil crossing Abbey Road


We spent another day walking around more sites of London. We started with a visit to the British Museum where we saw some amazing historical pieces like the Rosetta Stone, Parthenon Marbles, An Easter Island Moai, Egyptian Mummies, and The Holy Thorn Reliquary which is an ornate piece that houses a thorn from Christ’s Crown of thorns.

After leaving the Museum we had a picnic lunch in Russell Square Gardens, then we continued our history theme with a visit to the Abbey Road studios, and the Abbey Road crossing used on the cover of the Beatles Abbey Road album.

From here we made Logan and Xavier very happy with their first London double decker bus ride. They were very excited to be able to sit at the top in the front row. This bus trip took us to Marble Arch, then we headed down to Covent Garden Market where we wandered around looking at stalls, many buskers including an opera singer.



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