Oh hello members of Defending Big D. I have been back in the States as of Thursday from my London/Paris tour with the USC Band for the past couple of weeks. Needless to say, I did quite a lot during those couple of weeks.
For example: I went to see the Harry Potter set...
...ran through Platform 9 3/4. (For those of you wondering, it's at King's Cross Station.)
...and performed at Trafalgar Square.
When I was in Paris, of course, I went to the Eiffel Tower.
I could include many other pictures of my trip, but I do not want to clutter the post with tons of pictures. Also, I only have this picture of me in Paris available because Facebook is acting up and preventing me from uploading all my pictures, which is pretty frustrating.
Places I went to in London included:
- Harry Potter Tour
- Olympic Park
- Piccadilly Circus
- Tower of London
- Adelphi Theatre (Saw "Sweeney Todd" there)
- Hyde Park
- Buckingham Palace
- Westminster Abbey
- House of Parliament
- Canary Wharf (performed a gig)
- Potters Field Park (performed a gig)
- Trafalgar Square (performed a gig)
- Hamley's (7-story toy store)
- Eiffel Tower
- Notre Dame
- The Louvre
- Musee d'Orsay
- Arc de Triomphe
- Basilique du Sacré-Cœur
I have many stories from this trip that I'd be happy to share with you all in the comments, but you have to ask.
And now for a different, but much more serious subject.
Today, May 28, 2012, is Memorial Day, a day in which we remember those who have served in the armed forces in the United States. Thank you for your service.