Here is Harry getting hauled away by the cops. Tickets were impossible at the Olympics today. They are sold out - even tickets to just get into the Park. Harry got rousted by the cops to put his sign down. This big bear at Harrod's finally put the cuffs on him.
This is Oxford Street - the main shopping street in London. Traffic was non-existant. Bus - cabs - bikes. Cars are allowed but people leave them at home.
Another undoctored photo of Oxford Street.
This is an old reminder for my Geology students. They have one of these in each of the urinals at Olympic Park. It says - "P Wave"
In the mall by the Olympic Park - they have these neat free charging machines. You plug in your cellphone in the little hatch - close the door - take the key with you. In 30 minutes - your phone is fully charged for no-charge. they also have free wifi.
It is Monday morning - our kids and the kids of the kids are all gone. The apartment is very lonely - with lots of wonderful memories bouncing around it. We had no luck at the Olympic today to get tickets. Wednesday we fly home. There are so many good things about our 5 weeks over here - but watching our family get into the bus or subway to go home is not one of them.
Tonight - Lulu and I have tickets to The Hurly Burly Show. We got third row - center seats. You can google it :-)