Today was the first official day of class, and all 16 students and our two professors were settled into our flat's living room. It's a little crowded, but it's more comfortable than most classrooms with everyone settled on couches, chairs and even the floor. Definitely more conducive to discussion.
We met at 10:00, took a break a little after 11 for tea, and ended around 12:15 for our lunch break. We had lunch individually, then met out front with the rest of the class for some afternoon sightseeing. We took the tube over to the London Museum, and spent the afternoon immersing ourselves in British History.
Jen and I stopped at the grocery and got a few more items - noodles, spaghetti sauce, juice,and green tea. My interest in tea has increased tenfold since I've come to England, not only because it's more popular, but because it keeps me hydrated and helps alleviate hunger.
The rest of the evening was back at the flat, having supper and hanging out with some of the other students. I'm probably going to go to bed soon, since my jet lag is starting to kick in a little more. Tomorrow we're off to Stratford, to visit the home of Shakespeare.