Day 2 and the breakfast seems to be the same as it was before, just a change up with the eggs. Instead of fried over easy we have scrambled. Not the best, but I think I'll still be using my mornings for a chance of a good cup of coffee.
What's on for today? We're taking the rail to get out of Central London to visit the Langdon Down Museum Trust. I have no idea what it's about but I hope it's interesting.
Today we went to Waterloo for our train out to Teddington and the Langdon Down Museum. The train ride reminded me of how nice it was just a little bit outside of the city. The look of the suburbs of London are a little less cluttered with tourist and give you a chance to watch locals move about.
Today I learned quite a lot about learning disabilities, especially Down's Syndrome. I did not associate that the Down of Langdon Down was the Down in the syndrome. The museum was quite interesting. Most of the center is converted housing, but they have managed to maintain some of the original things like the Victorian Theatre.
So today I decided to take a chance on a British bar producing decent nachos. It couldn't be that bad, could it? Well, it wasn't horrible. The chips were kind of Dorito-ish with taco seasoning on the top that didn't bother me but the salt basically dried out Mari's mouth and lips. They were decent... but to be fair I didn't know what to expect. They were cheap and tasty and that is all I could ask for.
This is seriously the best snack deal in London. I mean for 80 p you can have four packs of sesame snacks! I haven't had these since my study abroad experience and every time I see them I think of my dear sweet Rach-um. I'll have to save one of these for her when I visit her in Oxford.