Josh and I went to London three weeks ago.
Let me elaborate. Josh was supposed to go to London on a school trip (to tour hospitals and learn about another healthcare system), but the trip was cancelled after he bought his nonrefundable ticket. After much deliberation, we decided to make lemons into lemonade. We changed Josh's trip from ten days in London to three days, bought a plane ticket for me, and booked three nights in a potentially scary/awesome B&B outside central London. Josh's sister and mom flew to San Antonio and stayed with the lambkins.
The picture above is one of the only ones I took with my big camera. After hauling it around that first afternoon, I decided to leave it in my suitcase in favor of fully enjoying London. Therefore, all our trip pictures are from Josh's phone, taken selfie-style, with us cheesing it in the foreground and a building/bridge/landmark/etc. in the background. I love them, despite their phone-camera imperfections.
On this side of the bridge was the Tate Modern, one of the three free museums in London we toured. After a half hour of Picasso, Matisse, and Dali, we became so tired we couldn't see straight. We went back to the B&B and took a three hour nap.
We woke up refreshed at 11:30am! It was quite a shock to realize we had completely slept through the morning. We quickly showered and took the tube to Regent's Park, my favorite of all the English gardens we visited.