We stood there for a long time trying to get a clean shot
of this guy, because there were so many tourists clustered around him.
How strange is it to know that you are going to end up in hundreds of
people's photo albums, and not one of them will know your name?
This photo is now Karen's desktop at work. He's
such a happy looking lion! Karen remembered him from the first trip in
1999, but we didn't get a good shot of him then.
Lou wanted to have lunch in a pub, so here we are in the
Crown and Cushion. Karen NEVER gets to take pictures and so totally
messed it up trying to get a shot of Lou. He finally set up the camera
with the timer to take our picture automatically. Then Karen got a
lesson on the camera, which came in handy later as she took a lot of pics on
We stood across the street and marveled at the LONG line
of people waiting to get into the Dungeon. We were so glad that the
line was not for the Britain at War museum.
Here is the entry to the dungeon.
Britain at War Museum
Check out the "cruise log" for a complete description of
what we saw here. This was really excellent.
We walked to the museum, but decided to take the tub
back. Much faster! And almost as entertaining.