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The atrium of the British Museum
This was our last day in London before we flew down to Ghana, the afternoon of the 17th. We wanted to keep our minds busy so we didn't get overly excited and explode, so we spent the day visiting the sights again. Our first stop was back to St. Paul's Cathedral where we got to take a look inside. You can skip the 10 pound entrance fee to get inside by going in the side entrance by the cafe and saying you're visiting a relative. We paid our respects to our relative, Sir John Rennie (my brother's girlfriend's great great great grandfather), as well as the great Sir John A. Macdonald.

We then made our way to the British Museum, and although we got there close to closing, we still saw a few exhibits, as well as the Rosetta Stone.

That night we rounded up our trip with some delicious naan at a Indian restaurant in Leicester Square, followed by Chicago. Although it was a great show, it didn't quite compare to Avenue Q, which we had seen a few nights earlier.

It's off to Ghana tomorrow for an experience quite unlike anything we've done the last few days, or in our lives as a matter of fact.
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The atrium of the British Museum
The atrium of the British Museum
photo by: ulysses