We went to visit the Queen this morning-alas did not see her but did see crowds and crowds of people on a spectacularly beautiful day and the Changing of the Guard which involves a most complicated set of maneuvers hard to figure out by those not directly involved.
There was much security involving British Bobbies with sidearms and sub machine guns and tourists from everywhere even Colden NY and Marietta, NY.
Our morning began with a visit to St. Mary's Hospital, just 2 blocks from our hotel. I figured out that Holly had some kind of infection causing her terrible coughing and we had to do something about it. I was dreading the experience knowing what emergency rooms are like at home. I think because it was a bank holiday no locals were sick or injured today. We were in and out of the hospital in less than an hour and left with antibiotics after seeing a very nice doctor. All the services were FREE!
Now if the drugs would work quickly that would be great for Holly who is quite a trooper. Oh the hospital is the very one where Fleming invented penicillin in a small second floor laboratory. If any place should help with an infection this should be it.