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ACCESSIBLE LONDONINIUM AUDIO TOUR ROUTE

This is a wheelchair accessible alternate route accompanying the LONDONINIUM audio tour. This page contains clear directions written in easy to understand English, accompanied by photos. The route itself is wheelchair accessible, and we have attempted to create a route that can be easily accessed by people with visual impairment, and to point out where obstacles may exist. Two large print versions of this page are available, a TEXT-ONLY LARGE PRINT VERSION and a full (including photos) PHOTO LARGE PRINT VERSION. For visually impaired users, please CLICK HERE to download an audio description of this webpage.

To read transcripts of the audio episodes (also available in large print) please CLICK HERE.

The it turns out extremely friendly Bronx teenagers helped knock my handbag to the ground, albeit laughing at me, which is fair. But still the tiny thief refused to yield. He's smelled chocolate and would not give up his trophy. Alas the zipper gap was just big enough for his own body, not enough for a bag of Wal*Mart's finest Reeses' peanut butter cups.

Again and again we battled, until finally we managed together to open the zipper. Wallet keys and 15 lipbalms scattered, but all I could see was a fluffy tail bouncing up and down into the distance, bearing an orange bag larger than its owner.

Now, back in London, I feed the squirrels in the park next to my building, so tame they politely wait in circles around me and gentle take cashew nuts directly from my hand. One even knows how to walk on his hind legs.

Telling this story to a group of Americans recently, exclaiming at the difference between American and British squirrels, on Louisiana native remarked, "Yeah, we have some ratchet-ass squ'alls in America."

Ratchet Ass Squ'alls is my band name.

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