Today was spent in London again, starting with St. Paul's cathedral. There's been a church on this spot since the early 600s, but the current baroque style cathedral has been here since the 1600s, built after the Great Fire of London. This spot by the way is the highest point in the City of London.
|An unusual building|
|St Pancras train station|
|The British Library|
From one free British exhibit to another: the British Museum. It's no charge and it's enormous. And it's filled to the brim with things that the British, uh, acquired over the years. *wink wink*. Their egyptian collection is quite impressive though some of my favorite exhibits were those that were a little more off the beaten path.
|The British Museum|
|A small golden toy|
|Iron Age jewelry|
Another neat exhibit was the clock rooms. I just really like grandfather clocks and shiny things.
|Beautiful inlay work on a grandfather clock|
|Royal Albert Hall|