Third day, a lovely hot day walking round London, walked past the Charles Dickens Museum, which I think was his house, which is closed until Christmas, will just have to come back. Then to the Sir John Soane’s Museum which was recommended and I can see why, a lot of cool things in a very small space. Cut through to Covent Garden saw/heard an Opera Singer busker and a man walking a tight rope, love london. Then got really lost, even with a map on the way to the National Portrait Gallery, but did come across The Savoy, new aim in life to stay there for a night. Finally found the NPG and checked out this year’s BP Prize, well worth it, some very talented people in the world, feeling very inspired to get the crayons out. Then walk through China Town to Prince Edward Theatre to see Jersey Boys, which I have to see after been brought on Franki Valli and the 4 Seasons. Which for once in my life I am early for, by 2 hours! so I head back down to The National Gallery, a quick run through to check out the greats Van Goth, Velazquez, Rembrant, Van Eyck, Botticelli, Holbein and Michelangelo. Then back to see the Jersey Boys which from my slightly/very restricted but dead cheap front row seat was amazing!!! would defiantly recommen , going to be singing their songs all night! In the words of Franki Oh What a Night!