The Prince Albert
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... in residence while we were there. This was made clear by her standard flying above the Round Tower. She didn't invite us to tea, but she did spiff up the castle for our visit.
St. George's Chapel is gorgeous and right on the castle grounds. King Henry the VIII is buried here along with many other famous kings and nobility.
Cheers to Castles!
... cases, tram to our terminal but far to early to check in so we had to wait, and wait and wait. There are no seats in the area so found a café to have some breakfast then took the cases off our trolleys and sat on them.
Finally able to check in and then a browse through duty free before time to begin our big journey home.
... the castle grounds and it was exquisite we spent quite a bit of time in there talking to the guides. The workmanship and detail is quite unbelievable on the elaborate iron work and wooden screens. Cherry insisted on buying a corgi and a crown. The Queen was in residence during our visit but she didn't pop out to say hello. We got our photo taken with the royal guard and wandered around the grounds. But ran out of time and had to race back to the bus. Next stop ...
Occasionally items scheduled for the Grand Tour just don’t work out. Such was the case with Highclere Castle, the setting for Downton Abbey, the smash hit (we love it, therefore it’s a smash hit) PBS series on the English upstairs – downstairs social and cultural dichotomy of the early to mid-early 1900s. We'd been talking about it for months, like no other site we planned to visit. We learned of its closing for filming for the upcoming ...
... armoury exhibits. The armour knights would have worn. After the Tower of London we made our way to the British Museum. The Museum was HUGE!! I knew I wanted to see the Egyptian exhibit so we headed there first. There was lots of sircoughagus, the things they were buried with and history about the mummies. When they buried their dead they included things they thought the person might need in the afterlife; lots of these items were displayed at ...