After finally locating the Museum and waiting for it to open, I went inside. I mean, I must have… I have pictures of some of the exhibits and I wrote about it in my journal. Ergo I must have gone inside.
The problem is that I don’t remember much about it.
Even looking through my photos I’m realizing how much I don’t remember. For example, I was finally able to get up close to the Rosetta Stone. Usually it’s so crowded by tourists that you can barely get a photo of half of it. That morning I was able to spend time with the Stone and actually look at it.
Not that I can remember it. Thank goodness I took this picture.
I do, however, remember this clock. It was really cool because from the time the ball went through its path about a minute had passed. Maybe it wasn’t the most accurate, but it was fun to watch.
What I don’t remember is that I went this way to find the Egyptian Mummies. I don’t think I ever saw the mummies – I think I got distracted by clocks and then forgot about mummies.
And even though I was super excited to see the Lewis Chessmen, I don’t really remember seeing them…
As a former chess-master (well, I was the best chess player in my junior high school), this was something I really wanted to see. If I think really hard I can almost picture the room.
And of course, there’s the odd picture of something that I don’t remember taking, and have no idea what the object is.
I seriously have no idea what this is. Why did I take this picture? What room is it located in? What is it?
Apparently wandering around a museum while extremely tired is the same thing as going to a party drunk. The next morning you have no idea what you did, but there are lots of photos.
I’m sensing an idea for a new museum game…