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... Story” tour, which told us the history of the Palace and it's people and of the characters of the line of Dukes.
When we decided to leave, there was pre '50 American Auto Club "Rally of Giants", which means there were a lot of American cars on display that were all spruced up, gleaming in the sun and looking their best. We wandered through them, some were a treat to see. Some of the owners were dressed for the part and themed with ...
... Duke to Consuelo Vanderbilt.
The day started out a little overcast, so I elected to go through the interior first in hopes it would burn off, allowing me to get better pictures outside. The first stop inside is an exhibit about Winston Churchill. There were hand written letters by Winston, his stamp book, thousands of tin soldiers he used to play with as a child, paintings he had done, and Christmas cards he made by hand. The paintings and ...
... have added to his collection over time, and there are now more the half a million in the collection.
After the Pitt Rivers Museum we came home. It was a LOT of walking. My feet are sore, blistered, and ready for some rest. Tomorrow is our first class excursion! We are leaving at 10:15 to go to Stratford to see the play "A Mad World My Masters" then after that we have our big fancy dinner at Trinity College.
We started off a bit slow this morning after our late night badger hunting, and thankfully we didn't have to go far. We headed 15-20 minutes down the road to Moreton-Marsh and to the Cotswold's Falconry Center, and boy, did this really wake us up!!
Wow and wow again.
As soon as we got there, & introduced ourselves to the staff we were off! We had booked a tour and an experience and that's just what we got! A family run business that ...
... to drive a little closer. So we drove to Combe. I was so excited that we went out of town the wrong direction but it turned out for the best anyway.
The idea was to walk through the fields and suddenly step on to a long straight road. And that is exactly how it worked out. So I asked Mom where we were. Unfortunately it was a gray day and Blenheim Palace ...