Having visited most of London’s major museums by now, Jack and I took to rambling around the city.
‘Twas on Valentine’s Day that we once again went to a show. But not just any show. We were going to go see Agatha Christie’s “The Mousetrap,” a production that has had the longest run of any other play in history.
One of the things I’ll miss most about London was all its free museums. There’s never a dull walk with all these places of things in such proximity to home.
The best things about having your birthday when you’re working at a school is that you can lesson plan with your friends at the party.
‘Twas a rainy day when we decided to meet up with Jess, a primary teacher from Canada.
The more markets we go to in London, the more we realize that London is just jam packed with things to see and do… and eat.
The trip to Ireland was filled with leprechauns and beer. Just coddin’ yer on. Leprechauns aren’t real, ye weird kettle o’ fish.
Yep, Andrea is madly behind posting. She does it again!
FUN FACT: Did you know you could click on the pictures in all the mosaics I post to reveal more captions and titles? Yeah, I didn’t think that fact was particularly that fun either.
One of the most common mistakes a tourist will make is to confuse Tower Bridge with London Bridge. I made such a mistake, but thank goodness for learning from Google in the comfort of my blankets.