Greetings From London!

We traveled by van.  We traveled by plane.  We traveled by train.  We traveled by foot.  We made it!  We all arrived safely in London, a little tired but excited to begin our first day’s adventure. 

Ready to board the vans! 

Ready to board the vans!

Ready to board the plane!

Ready to board the plane!

Ready to get the luggage and board the train.

Ready to get the luggage and board the train.

 After arriving at our apartments we were faced with our first big challenge…the sorting of the keys.  Although we were all standing in the rain and some of us were hungry and had to use the bathroom, Dr. Firenze and Dr. Saraceno took some time to get it right!  There was an A group, a B group, a C group and another C group.

The Sorting of the Keys!

Dr. Firenze and Dr. Saraceno continued their very thoughtful and thorough examination and, although this was certainly enough activity for one day, we decided to soldier on and see some sites. We walked through the city of London on our way to visit Shakespeare’s Globe. 

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We received an excellent private tour of the Globe Theater.  We could not take pictures inside because the actors were rehearsing for The Merchant of Venice.  We are looking forward to seeing a play at the Globe on Friday night.

Shakespeare’s Globe Theater

Shakespeare’s Globe Theater

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After our tour of the globe we headed across the Millenium Bridge towards St. Paul’s Cathedral.

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With jet lag setting in and a very busy day tomorrow, we decided to call it a day.  We headed back as we were all hoping to get into our apartments and rest. 

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~ by Dr. Musa on May 29, 2007.

8 Responses to “Greetings From London!”

  1. Glad you all made it there safely. Have Jolly fun! Cheerio!

  2. Wow that looks like so much fun! I wish i were there!! AND… Guess what i started oliver twist it seems real good! Have a great time! -Liv(daughter of jen m)

  3. The important thing is not to stop questioning. — Albert Einstein

    I can not wait to hear the stories and “The tale of ‘London and Kent.'” Wish you all the best, sleep well, do good work and keep in touch.

    Jim, Morgan, Leah, and I-man.

  4. You’re going to the Globe to see a play?! I’m speaking as a die-hard Shakespeare freak when i say that I’m VERY jealous!!! ^^ Have more fun!!
    ~Colleen, future roommate of Erica S.

  5. Rick, Greg and Jen; Thanks for the call – that was very special. Great Blog site – love the photos – ah yes, the old sorting of the keys ploy. It does bring back memories.
    To Erica and her fellow students: I applaud your courage and curiosity. You are in the midst of a life changing experience so savor every minute of it and thoroughly enjoy your instructors for you are traveling with the very best.

    I’ll leave you with a quiz. Correctly match the quote with the person.

    1. “It is a far, far better thing that I do, than anything I have ever done; it is a far, far better rest that I go to, than I have ever known.”

    2. “As for future life, every man must judge for himself between conflicting vague probabilities.”

    3. “Barroooooooo”

    4. “I can’t put that on the blog site.”

    5. “If you will kindly excuse me, I’m late for a round table discussion with Dr. Smithwicks, Dr. Newcastle, Dr. Bass and Dr. Bushmills.”

    6. “Wow! Look at that big clock – that is a really big clock.”
    ——————————-
    a. Charles Darwin
    b. Charles Dickens
    c. Dr. Rick Firenze
    d. Dr. Jen Musa
    e. Dr. Greg Saroceno
    f. Dr. Wolfgang Vishniac

  6. Carrie – The kids are O.K., but where do we keep the fire extinguisher?

  7. Hello from GFJ School…
    Hi Mrs. Musa. Hope you are having fun and learning a lot.
    Someone in our classroom misses you a lot….ALLY!
    Talk to you soon
    Mr. Ferraro’s Kindergarten Classroom

  8. Glad you all arrived in one piece along with all your luggage. Take everything in so you can pass it all back to us when you arrive back home.

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