We reached the Albert Memorial (which was under renovation), and
left the park. In front of us we could see Albert Hall.
We found a bus station, determinded to get to Buckingham Palace at 11:30, just in time for the Changing of the Guards Ceremony.
We returned to Kensington, for The Natural History Museum.
|The Museum left a very big impression on me. I loved it, and I
consider it one of the best places I saw in London, if not the best ;-)
The Museum is devided into 2 parts: Life Galleries and Earth Galleries, and it's a HUGE museum. You can't possibly focus on everything in a single visit. After you buy your ticket , you get a leaflet with the Museum's map. Use it. Plan ahead and decide what you wonna see and what interests you most. Don't jump from exhibition to exhibition.
I saw the following exhibitions:
The beautiful thing about this museum is the method of learning by using games, computer games and the use of technologies all around it. Even if you are fed up with museums, don't miss this one.
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from the Natural History Museum.
After our long visit to the museum (more than 3 hours), we crossed the road and entered the Victoria & Albert Museum.
I didn't like the V&A Museum. It was very difficult to find anything in this place, and I found myself in the same spot over and over again. I had troubles understanding the map, and the map's index was in a seperate leaflet. I enjoyed the 20th Century Design exhibition, and the Clothes exhibition (clothes from different centuries), and the musical instruments exhibition, but besides that, I found nothing interesting, or anything I haven't already seen. This is, ofcourse, my own impression.