Send Him to the Tower

To begin, we did not have to enter through Traitor’s Gate. We were there early to view the unlocking of the Tower of London. When we picked up our tickets, Boy received an “apprentice knight” pencil, badge and activity book to complete while touring the tower.

Stopping first at the Crown Jewels, so we could avoid the crowds, Boy wanted to work out the best way for a jewel thief to get in. Our medieval studies were a bit interrupted by plans for tunnels, armed guards, and explosions. He really enjoyed the armoury, though.

By the afternoon, we said good bye to London, and returned to the airport to leave for Berlin.

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