From the Sidelines with #JohnOnTour, #JohnOnTour

John Maytham conquers day five in London and climbs Monument tower steps

CapeTalk host John Maytham is taking in all the cultural experiences that London has to offer.

(Also read our article: John Maytham takes in London's delicious delicacies on day four of #JohnOnTour)

Sponsored by Cecil Nurse, the afternoon drive host has documented highlights from his visit, dubbed #JohnOnTour.

Day five of his stay in London seems to have been filled with excursions to interesting historical landmarks.

311 steps is no small feat. John learnt this after ascending the winding flight of stairs at London's Monument Tower, built to commemorate the Great Fire of 1666.

John stands on an iteration of the London Bridge, the site where the history of modern day London took off.

The Old Operating Theatre Museum and Herb Garret is one of the more peculiar heritage sites in London.

The museum uniquely exhibits surgical history and is the oldest surviving operating theatre in Europe.

He's been working on his selfie game. We must commend him for getting the founding director of Britain's National Theatre in there. Rubbing shoulders we see, John!

Share in the full #JohnOnTour experience on Twitter by following the hashtag.


This article first appeared on 702 : John Maytham conquers day five in London and climbs Monument tower steps


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