Monthly Archives: August 2011

Day 3: Tower of London

A published guide counselled us to plan on 2–3 hours at the Tower of London.  We spent 5 hours there and could have easily spent more, had only my body not given up under me. What’s The Tower of London? … Continue reading

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Day 2: St Martin in the Fields & St James Park

Our third church service of Sunday, 10 Aug was at St Martin-in-the-Fields. Unlike Westminster, the interior was painted—and white; add in the grand windows, and it was quite bright in there.  Imagine travelling from a tenebrous and mysterious stone castle … Continue reading

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Day 2: Hyde Park Ward

After Sung Eucharist at Westminster Abbey, we hurried off to South Kensington Station for the LDS church meeting with the Hyde Park Ward. It’s a small world for Mormons We had white shirts and ties but were hardly in our … Continue reading

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Day 2: Westminster Abbey

Sunday morning, we visited Westminster Abbey for Sung Eucharist, scheduled for 11:15. Westminster Abbey is a grand, gothic edifice, and I found its architecture, music, and sculpture a garden of empyrean delights, the music most of all. We were obliged to … Continue reading

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