Long long day.
I got up and went first to the Natural History Museum. Besides the fact that the building itself is really really cool, all the stuff throughout it is really interesting. Although I have to say that the marine room at the Natural History Museum in NYC is much better than the one here. One of the coolest things I saw was a series of naturally colored diamonds. I had no idea they existed in so many colors, or that some of them glow under a blacklight. After exploring every single room and gift shop I went to the Victoria and Albert.
This museum - next door to the Natural History Museum - is very large and confusing. I looked in the shop for quite a while then was going to go to the exhibit on Diaghilev and Russian Ballets but you had to pay for that.
I left the V&A and went to Harrod's and wandered around there for a while waiting for Chris and Natalie. I bought some tea that sounds very very similar to the four berry tea that Meaghan and I got when we were there together. WHen I finally met up with Chris and Natalie we got our tea. It was not as good as the other time. It was less formal and not as good of a tea selection, and the service was much less attentive.
Then I came back to the flat and watched the X-Factor Finals. All of the performances were really good but I still though Matt Cardle should win - which he did!!!!!! I was very excited.
Once the show was over I did some studying for the test tomorrow. It is not going to go well.