Friday, April 27, 2012

Recap.

No one could ever be bored of reading about London so I am giving the people what they want and composing the longest post in the history of forever.

I am addicted to London and I don't want to forget a thing. So here is a little recap of some of the major things we did.

We started off by going on a walk through most of the major parts of London. We were all jetlagged and I don't even remember this day.


Good thing pictures exist...

Piccidilly!
This is the front door to the London Center. We got pretty familiar with this door


Windsor Castle was fun...sandwiches always taste better at castles.

And the boys always look better at Eton.


We saw some sights.




Buckingham Palace

Hampton Court

The horse guards were especially cool...if you are my dad.


We spent a lot of time in Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park. But even the amount of time we spend was not enough. If you ever go to London go to the park. Best thing to do!

It is free too!



We even saw some famous people.


You may think I am lying but that is Bonnie Wright (Ginny Weasley) and her fiance Jamie Campbell Bower (Caius from Twilight and Grindewald from Harry Potter)


And that is Harry Potter with Ivy. She's going to win an Oscar one day so Daniel is going to be really happy I took this picture.


Dover Castle was spectacular



Oxford was literally the coldest place on the planet the day we went there but it was worth it just to see Queen's College!


Took a quick flight to Barcelona!

To see some Gaudi stuff




 But mostly to watch Barcelona beat Valencia!

"Barca Barca Barca!!!"


Sports were a very important part of our curriculum, well we made them important.
Visits to Wimbledon and watching soccer matches were a common occurence. 



Stourhead, Wales, and Lights blew our minds.




While Stonehedge was a slight disappointment.


We all got fat at Borough Market and Covent Garden



Chunneled to Paris to channel our inner Parisians


And do some "Tebowing"


Our trip to the north was breath taking. Between the Lake District, Edinburgh, and Fountain's Abbey we were all in awe of the beauty of this earth.




The naan wasn't too shabby either.


Lets just sum it all up by saying we had the time of our lives and we will never forget it!


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