Underwords in London

After an incredibly pleasant flight on Delta airlines (in coach no less), we have arrived safely in London! Over the next week or so, I’ll be making a variety of posts that feature Underwords’ adventures in London – adventures which will feature literature, art, plays, sightseeing, and more!

Please note that the Underwords in London posts are dependent upon the weak internet signal that I get here, but we’ll do the best we can. In the meantime, here is the view from our hotel window. I have to say, it’s one of the best views of the London Eye that I have ever seen.

DAY:

NIGHT:

Check out that full moon!

Next: Brass rubbings in the crypt beneath St. Martins in the Field.

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4 Responses to Underwords in London

  1. Hi Erin and Tom – Have a blast in London! I’m looking forward to photos taken from the London Eye! So cool!

  2. naturallydotty says:

    Erin – the Eye at night looks like a Stargate. Watch out for alien forces…

  3. Awsome view! And Erin is right–the Eye totally looks like the Stargate!

    If you guys have time, make sure you check out the Tower of London (including the graffiti tower and the tower where the two princes “went missing”) as well as the walking tour of Jack the Ripper’s Whitechapel. I know I sound like a total creeper, but that was seriously one of the best things we did last time we were in London. The guides get really into it, and the tour hit all my mystery/ingrigue/serial murder buttons.

    Hope you guys are having an awesome time!

    Smiles!
    Lori

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