The last day in London was fun. We had a tour of St Paul’s Cathedral and then went on the London Eye. St Paul’s Cathedral was one of the more beautiful cathedrals we saw during the trip. It was modern which made it more appealing. The tour guide talked about Christopher Wren and his design of the cathedral. It was interesting to see how the dome was constructed and the amount of weight it holds. Adam felt that one of the more interesting aspects of St Paul’s cathedral was the spiral staircase and how each step below carries the weight of the step above it. Experiencing the London Eye was also an amazing experience. The 360 degree view of London in the pods was amazing. Clay was able to go back at night and seeing London at night was a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
The history and historic sites of England does not even compare to anything we have in the states. Both of us were amazed with all of the cathedrals. To think that they could build these cathedrals several centuries ago is mind-boggling. One of the many fantastic views I saw through this entire trip was looking up to the top of some of the most historic cathedrals. Both, Clay and Adam really enjoyed the Roman baths and Warwick castle. Both sites were breathtaking and we were able to take some great photos. The trip to London was well worth it and both of us will take memories with us for the rest of our lives.