The 15th of March was our last day to explore the city. In the morning we visited the Tower of London, where we saw the corwn jewels even from the 17th century, they were delicate and glamorous. We also saw the torture chambers, suites and the mint. There were a lot of squirrels and ravens inhabiting the gardens. It is believed that the ravens protect The Crown and the tower; a superstition holds that "if the Tower of London ravens are lost or fly away, the Crown will fall and Britain with it". We went by the Tower Bridge as we headed to the Tower of London. It was far bigger than we expected. About midday on the way the British Museum we stopped at Gherkin, which is one of the iconic buildings of London. The British Museum was enormous and a-maze-ing. It's easy to get lost in it. The exhibition included items from several times, places and cultures. Then we headed to Oxford Street, where we spent some quality time, looking through shops and having lunch. When we arrived to our accommodation we had dinner, and need to pack our luggages, because tomorrow we will leave. We will take off at noon and arrive about 4 pm local time, to Liszt Ferenc airport. It was a memorable, fascinating and new adventure, that we will charis forever. An eternity wouldn't be enough to explore every inch of this mesmerising city. We can only recommend to visit this place at least once in your life.