London Day 14 We started the morning off at Shakespeare's Globe Theater. It was so interesting to see because it is unlike any theater I have ever been to. They wanted to create an exact replica of the one that Shakespeare used so it was created from the same materials that they used back then and there are no lighting techniques used or sound system. There are no actual seats, but wooden rows for people to sit on. It looked so small, but it could hold up to 3,000 people!
After the theater we had some time to kill before class so we decided to go to Borough Market for some lunch and if you've been following my journey you know what that means ;) GIANT COOKIES!!! So of course I got a delicious massive cookie and I tried this beef sandwich that they had and it was ah-mazing! It was just a fun time just walking around eating and talking with my friends :) Then I got 10 pounds worth of candied nuts...and by 10 pounds I mean money pounds ;)
Later that night we went to our last show of the trip and it was Bakersfield Mist and it was awesome! It was a two person show and they both were amazing! After that we did a group dinner near by and we've learned early on that people in London don't usually travel in large groups like us, so people tend to stare a lot because we are American, loud, and huge, but we still had an awesome time!
London Day 15
First up was class then we went to the Cabinet Wars Rooms, which was so awesome! It was where Winston Churchill control WWII from. It was so cool to get a glimpse into history like that and she how they functioned during the war and different things they had to do to survive.
After the war rooms we literally shopped till we dropped...by the end of the day I was beyond exhausted! We walked around Oxford street and shopped and shopped some more. We ended the day with the most amazing spaghetti I've ever had in my whole entire life! Then for dessert we had to go Bryon's to get my favorite Oreo shake :) This thing is literally heaven in a glass...literally! No better way to end the day :)