We spent the morning at the Victoria and Albert Museum. There was so much to see there, we could have spent several days!
We took the Tube to Blackfriar's, where we had lunch at the Blackfriar's Pub. We ate there the last time we were in London, and it was well worth the return trip.
We walked down the Thames and across the Millennium Bridge (the wobbly-wobbly bridge). We took pictures as we went. You can see the Globe Theatre and the Tate Modern get closer as we cross the bridge.
We went to the Tate Modern and rode one of the slides.
And then attended the Frost Fair, which included a tour of the recreated Globe. They had music, clothing demonstrations, some fighting.
We also walked down and around the corner to the original site of the Rose Theater.
We walked back up the river to see the official opening of the Frost Fair. They had a lantern parade with the lanterns representing the twelve days of Christmas.
We decided to walk back across the bridge and take the tube from St. Paul's.
We finished packing and prepared to leave very early the next morning.
Flew from London to New York, and then from New York to Columbus.