I also fell a little bit more in love with Alan Tudyk who has played some of my favorite Whedon characters.
For my first convention it was a pretty easy introduction. I had a lot of fun and would happily go again. The rest of my was filled with activities that were a little more typical London touristy. I couldn't not visit Portobello Road, especially after Bedknobs and Broomsticks aired on TV the night before I left.
In between wandering in and out of shops on the road I came across the tiniest vehicle I've ever seen. I was not the only one to be intrigued.
One of my first stops in London was the British Museum. I get museumed out pretty quickly but knew that I had to see the mummies.
I love the detail on his sandals.
I also made a point to snap a picture of the Rosetta stone. Mostly because it would make my brother jealous.
My sightseeing adventures involved a lot of walking. I was given my friend's special guided tour of London and we also went on a Jack the Ripper walking tour one evening. Between these tours I saw a great deal of the city. I even remember what some of it was.
Westminster Abbey and St. Margaret's
Not London Bridge; this was a pedestrian bridge somewhere...
View from unremembered pedestrian bridge. The dome is Saint Paul's.
Did you know that the clock tower is not Big Ben? Big Ben is the bell inside the clock tower. I was unaware of this.