Photography byRoger Spurgeon
Sam and Rick in the Museum of London.
Alec, one of our ISCA staff, waits outside the Museum of London.
Looking down upon traffic from the elevated Museum entry.
Max is having an iPod moment.
Sitting on the steps outside St. Paul's Cathedral.
Our whole group sitting on the steps outside St. Paul's Cathedral.
looking up at the frescos covering the inside of St. Paul's dome. You're not supposed to be taking pictures here, Rick...
Looking down from the top of the dome in St. Paul's Cathedral. Here we are looking at the Millennium Bridge, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre (white building with brown roof on the left), and the Tate Modern Gallery (large factory building).
Looking down from the top of the dome in St. Paul's Cathedral, this time down the Thames towards Westminster and the London Eye and Parliament.
Looking down from the top of the dome in St. Paul's Cathedral up river towards Tower Bridge. The gold topped monument on the left middle is the monument for the Great Fire of 1666.
Looking up at St. Paul's from the park where we tucked in for lunch.
Lunch wasn't too popular today, rumor had it that the meat in the wraps was duck. Yeah, seriously, duck. I thought it was pretty good, myself.
Walking towards the entrance of the Tower of London.
Matthew, our tour guide, answers some questions from some members of the ISCA group.