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... off so lovely....my Cheney colleagues and friends, my fabulous OSP netball girls, my school/NUAS/Uni/Newcastle friends old and new from all corners of the UK, and my amazing family who have allowed me to use my adventure as a great excuse to get us all together. I appreciate your hugs, cards, gifts and words of encouragement so much! Lots of love and thank you to you all xxxx
... amazing backdrop. We travelled on to London where we said goodbye to most of the group. We arranged to meet the rest of the travellers for a drink in the bar of the hotel we were staying at. One drink led to another and we ended up having dinner with Brad and Tammy. We enjoyed a lovely meal and heaps of laughter. Emails have been exchanged and hoping our paths cross ...
... Mary Rose museum (to be highly recommended). Returning via the Victory (Nelsons Ship) we try to recreate a photo Chris & I has taken some 55 years ago when our parents took us to see the Victory...Just got to find the original to see how close we were!
Another highlight, little Oli, our 4 year old grand nephew, what a delightful ...
Wednesday was a big day for me. Weeks prior I had signed up for a tour to Windsor Castle, Bath and Stonehenge. Of course, Stonehenge was the real motivation for the tour, but why not see something else along the way?
At the coach station, we boarded a big double decker bus and headed to Windsor Castle, located on the western outskirts of town. Once an actual fortress, in more modern times (last 200 years), this has been more of a royal vacation home than a ...
... art which has
never been seen or sold outside the house.
The rest of the house is traditional with a very Italian interior
décor. Lovely plaster and paint
ceilings, tons of artwork, crystal chandeliers, tapestries and inlaid wood
furniture. I really thought I had seen
it all but this place is over the top.
In all these houses there are volunteer docents who can tell you about