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Trip Start May 08, 2004
10Trip End May 23, 2004
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Janice: So, how's your trip so far?
Nick: It's fun and interesting. It's very cool. I like the castles and the bridges. Very neat.
Janice: We've seen a lot of different sights so far. Which was your favourite?
Nick: That's pretty easy, actually. My favourite would be the Tower of London.
Nick: I like it because of all the interesting stuff that's gone on through the years there ..
Janice: What have you enjoyed the least?
Nick: To me, I would say the thing I disliked the most was the National Portrait Gallery. That was hard. All it had was stupid pictures. It was boring. Nothing to do but walk around. Boring!
Janice: So what do you find different about London.
Nick: Everyone is really nice. There are a lot more sights. There are two levels to buses. Everywhere we go there seems to be a lot of stairs ... they seem to like things high. And everything seems to be red. And there are a lot of policemen and guards.
Janice: Today we visited the British Library, the National Portrait Gallery and saw the Changing of the Guard
Nick: One. The Changing of the Guard. The other two were special in an unspecial way, if you know what I mean. At the Changing of the Guard there were a whole lot of guys walking back and forth and riding horses back from Buckingham Palace to some other place and making a lot of noise. It was great for tourism though. The British Library and the National Portrait Gallery can be explained in one simple word ... BORING!
Janice: Ha! I enjoyed them both immensely! Tomorrow we're going to visit some more museums and ride the London Eye Ferris Wheel.
Nick: My turn to ask questions. What do you like the most about the city?
Janice: I think I enjoy two things the most: the friendly people and the huge sense of history that everyone lives with here.
Nick: What do you like the least?
Janice: There is a lot of traffic and Nicholas is sometimes very annoying. (Ha! Ha!) But other times -- most of the time -- he's huge fun to be with!
Well, we'd better go for now ... One more day of London sightseeing and then we head for the countryside.