Yesterday was more of a resting day from the long concert experience.
So, we slept in a bit then took the Tube to Regents Park to read in the shade and sun (depending on how cold or hot we would get).
Next we went to the gigantic British Museum. It was almost information-overload, so we picked a few of the rooms that sounded most interesting to us.
In the European history rooms, we would look at the beautiful (and expensive!) jewelry and try to guess each other's favorite.
In the money room, we took part in the hands-on display and picked up a tiny (half a cm?) old US dollar, I think. There was also a heavy silver ball that was a Thai baht from the 1800s. The last most interesting piece was a length of iron used by the people living in the mountain areas of western Africa (can't remember exactly which country or tribe). The people would mine fir iron and then use the bars for trading when they went down to the valley villages. Interesting!
In the SE Asia section, Rocío saw a picture of Borobudur, Indonesia, where she visited a few weeks ago!
Today we went to Tate Modern and saw some...unique pieces.
Now we're heading off to the Glove Theatre to watch Shakespeares "Henry VIII" in the standing section (only £5!).
Tomorrow morning we're off to Paris!