Visited the stunning Kew Gardens this morning (and the sun came out!), took a nap, took in the view from atop the Shard (western Europe’s tallest building), and took in a show. Still no luggage! Tomorrow I get a rental car and head up to the Lake District. Should be easy, right? Well, I’ll be sitting on the wrong side of the car, driving on the wrong side of road, and possibly (if I have standard transmission rental) shifting with the wrong hand. Easy, right? Pray for me — and for all the other drivers on the road who insist it is they, not I, who have it “right”!
Day 4: A Full Day in London
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The Rev. Gary J. Meade is an Episcopal priest currently serving as the rector of Saint Mary's Episcopal Church in Dyersburg, Tennessee. This blog will host photos and reflections from Gary's sabbatical from September through December, 2019. (Dig deeper and you'll find material from his first sabbatical in 2014.) View all posts by Gary Meade
3 thoughts on “Day 4: A Full Day in London”
Beautiful photo – lovely light!
Too trite, but, been there, done that. Thought I was having to learn to drive all over again.
I hope you get your luggage before you head out of London.