We had breakfast and headed to the men's fashion district on Jermyn Street and his favorite "suit shop" Charles Tyrwhitt. Sadly they did not have his size so off we went in search of a size 36 jacket:-) couple stores later he was greeted at the door and had a nicely fitted suit in under 20 minutes. Service was excellent and he was very impressed with Hackett of London tailors. A bit of tailoring to do and he will pick it up on Thursday afternoon.
With the suit ordered we headed off to a pub. Turns out shopping in London is most exhaustive on body fluids:-)
Off to the British Museum of Science were we observed some incredible items. A command module from Apollo 10 was on display along with moon rocks and other space related items. Old steam engines, airplanes, rocket engines, lathes, cars, tools, appliances... You name it!
|Great items to view in the Science Museum!|
|Royal Albert Hall|
|Royal College of Music|
We headed back to our airport hotel and crammed our way into the tube. Amazing how many people can fit inside that rail car during rush hour!