The Choir's final concert - St. Paul's Cathedral, London

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

London continued

I apologize for not writing a new post or publishing photos last night. We went to the theatre and didn't get back to the hotel until after midnight!

Yesterday was our first full day in London, and our group covered a lot of ground. We drove around the city in the morning then attended Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace. After that, some left the city and toured Canterbury in the afternoon while others explored London on their own. Last night was at leisure and several headed to the West End and took in a show. It was a beautiful day and evening for everyone.

We just finished breakfast and depart in an hour for St. Paul's Cathedral to prepare for our final concert. I am experiencing a good mix of nerves and excitement for this performance at the state cathedral of London. I'm also a bit melancholy knowing this is our last performance, and tomorrow at this time we will be at Heathrow awaiting our flight.

The experiences on this tour have far exceeded any expectation I had. Everyone has been jovial, flexible, gracious, caring, kind, and fun. I am so proud of our Choir and the entire group.

Scroll down to see some photos from my day in London yesterday, and I'll post again this evening.

Blessings from London!

1 comment:

  1. The theatre in London is a good excuse for not blogging! It must not seem possible that it's almost over for you.