The Prince Albert
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... horribilus for those who recall)... Yep, more grandeur than you can imagine. There are so many rooms I was a bit over it by the time I was done.. Then quick look at Queen Mary's Dollhouse... Again no photos but cute as a button and spectacular detail. Way more interesting than I had thought!! https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queen_M ary%27s_Dolls%27_House Forgive the wiki but it's a bit hard when you can't take ...
... Dinner was at 7.45 at Gilbeys, a highly recommended restaurant and it was very good. We had a cute waiter who sounded and looked Italian to me but turned out to be Polish. Derek picked it though. Great atmosphere, food and wine. What more could you ask for?? The company was good too!! Starting to spit rain a little as we walked back but not cold. There was a lot of noise at the hotel from a wedding but not a sound in our room. Bed by 11. ...
We have had a busy couple of days. We went to Windsor castle on Tuesday, that was really nice. Saw the changing of the guard up close. Windsor is really lovely , easy to get around , everything in walking distance and the river setting is very pretty. We went up to Cardiff yesterday for the 1st day of the cricket for Steven. He had a great day, fabulous seat, surrounded by nice people and really enjoyed himself. I, on the other hand, had ...
... in their pjs. After we toured around the castle we went for tea and scones in Windsor with the Wrinkleys. It doesn’t get any more English than that. After our tea party, we went to see Princess Margaret Hospital where our very own Princess Gillie was born. Gillie thinks that the hospital should be named after her. Then we went to see the P&G offices in Egham and Brooklands where Tim ...
... of people such as Anne Boleyn, Lady Jane Grey, and Thomas More (can't take pictures inside or I would post one). I was also very fond of the Beauchamp tower, where many prisoners were kept and used the time on their hands to carve elaborate graffiti into the walls, and the Jewel house, where the Crown Jewels are kept. Very shiny. Much money. Wow.
In the evening we walked to Leicester Square where we bought half price tickets to ...