Tuesday, November 21, 2006
Amanda in London: The Internet Waits
Today, she went to the Tower of London. It cost her about $30 to get in, and then another $7 for an audio tour.
(You may think with all this sight-seeing that she had great gobs of money. On the contrary, she's been eating peanut butter and banana sandwiches so she could save her money for other things.)
She said she'd never seen so many weapons in one place, or a suit of armor with a place for a man's, as she put it, *ahem* before. That last thing apparently belonged to King Henry VIII.
She also went to Picadilly Circus.
Poor thing though - her SLR isn't being very reliable. She has other cameras with her, but she was really counting on that main one.
Oh, and she read the blog and corrected me - her first roomates weren't from Autrailia, they were college students from Boston. I guess the Aussies must have been elsewhere in the dwelling.
Her new roomates are also Americans, girls who are backpacking across Europe.
Thanks to all of you out there in blogland who are putting up with my detailed retelling of my little sister's exploits across the pond!
In my non-Amanda news, I have to start packing mine and Anna Marie's stuff. And since we don't have a ton of clothes, that means I'll be doing laundry tonight and tomorrow so we'll have something to wear. And, since it's supposed to be around 70 degrees in Augusta this week, I'll have to further figure out what to pack, since neither of us have any warm-weather clothes that fit.
For those of you who are traveling tomorrow - stay safe!