London was very majestic and filled with the life of the streets. Of course, we  visited our museums and galleries, but we had one particularly silly afternoon as well at Mme. Toussaud's waxworks. Other times we could get the "inside glimpse" of other sights from our friends Aoi (dear old friend from Japan) and Mark (new English friend). Both work in London, but generously offered to drive to Cornwall!

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