Iffy wifi access has slowed down my blogging but, I have been busy. Day 2 started with a quick bus tour of London before I jumped off to do my own thing. The tour group was going to Bath and Stonehenge but I went there a few years ago. My first stop was the Tower of London. I took an interesting tour led by a Yeoman Guard AKA a beefeater. The tour was quite informative with a funny guide. There were some annoying tourists complaining about how the guide could have been louder along with suggestions on how to do it. I was so tempted to tell them that talking about their inability to hear wouldn't help. The Crown Jewels were interesting. You had to line up and walk through various rooms with informartion before getting to the Crown Jewels which you go along a conveyor belt to see them. Here are some photos from the Tower of London:
Then it was on to Brick Lane which is famous for its East Indian cuisine and Sunday Market. I took a stroll through many streets around this area exploring the stalls. Instead of going for East Indian food, got some Ethiopian food from a market stall. Here is the entrance way to Bricklane:
The next day I headed to Tate Moden for a Matisse cut-out art exhibition. I also snapped a picture of Monet's Waterlilies.