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... den, a small hexagonal building overlooking a running stream which has only been open to the public for two weeks. He wrote 'Portrait of a Marriage' which detailed his parents' unorthodox marriage. It is well worth reading if you haven't already.
One of the things I find quite remarkable about this relatively small island is the wealth of history. It's incredible but true, that even if one decided to devote a whole year to just visiting one National Trust property every ...
... br> that if you placed a marble on any section of the floor it would roll
for hours. The overall feeling was very authentic and I marvelled at
seeing such personal objects belonging to this proficient wordsmith, it
was such a cosy home and easy to see how writing would flow in such
Both venues were well worth the time in the car, with Bateman especially resonating with me. Battle is certainly interesting and I relished pacing out the ...
... a defensive castle and was not owned by anyone very famous. The house is special because it has been restored and maintained as a medieval manor house enabling people to see how people lived in those times. Most of it was built in the 14th century although it was subject to some modification by subsequent owners. This included features such as the painted ceiling in the new chapel which commemorated the marriage ...
... the years. The last private owner being Maude and Gilbert Russell. Her being linked romantically to Ian Fleming author of James Bond stories and a long time visitor to this their country getaway. We take the tour and delight in the many stories of this interesting place On our return to Ringwood we are the guests this evening of Ricky and Dave (Kelly's aunt and uncle) and enjoy lovely evening with these entertaining and charming people , The journey continues in the next instalment ! Garry and ...
... the inside is largely Chinese, with red and gold designs,and lots of dragons. George was a man of excesses, and by the time he became king at the age of 60, was already in poor health. He was unable to produce an heir,and so upon his death, his niece, Victoria, became Queen. She grew to like the palace, but eventually sold it to Brighton, as too small for a royal family. Before she did, she moved much of the Chinese art and decor to Buckingham.
Brighton is a ...