So now I am back in America and my Internet is SO FAST so I am going to upload the pictures I took last week (finally).
I went to see Jude Law in Henry V which was great fun and a really nice production of the play. I’d never seen it on stage before, just as a movie so it was interesting because for once I really did have to imagine the horses and battles. Also after seeing Richard II earlier in the semester I felt like I got some closure.
Then I finally had the time to visit the Natural History Museum and see some dinosaurs. It was pretty much like every other Natural History Museum, except an older, prettier building. We also enjoyed watching the ice skaters fall down outside on the ice rink,
I took a very long walk on the last day from my flat up to UCL campus and then down to the Southbank. I passed a lot of iconic sights and felt sentimental.
We had to say some special goodbyes to giant landmarks. You’ll always be in my heart, Christopher Wren, even if I do not see your shit literally every day.
ohhhh pretty things. America has a serious shortage of giant pretty old things.
We had a peek in Southwark Cathedral.
Goodbye beautiful London, I shall return to you some day and maybe I’ll stay forever.
The end of abroad blog. Any one who was following me due to my fantastically sophisticated and celebrity studded urban lifestyle can now expect updates from the life of a college student who watches a lot of TV and lives in a town with more deer than people. Sorry.