Lancaster Gate Hyde Park Apartments
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... Stonehenge. It may have been an astronomical observatory or used for sacred rituals linked to the sun, successful crops or even the dead. They do know that the area was used as a burial ground since they have found human remains. During the Bronze Age it was important for them to bury their dead in burial mounds within site of Stonehenge, you'll see the mounds in one of my pictures. I met this funny Taiwanese woman at Stonehenge who was the "leader of the pack" ...
After many hours of research Friday night I had my itinerary for the day sorted! I got on the tube to Wellington Arch which I saw with Colleen and Dale when I first got to London but now with my fancy membership I could go inside for free :) obviously not a very big exhibition as it is just in one side of the arch but I went up to the top and had a look down the road to Buckingham palace which is hidden by trees. They had a special exhibit for the battle of Waterloo and a ...
... to coffee place I wanted to try upstairs but wasn't allowed into cinema with drink or food not purchased on the premises. Either cinemas back home don't have the same rule or don't bother policing it as has never had a problem at Academy Gold or Hoyts taking in coffee. Anyway, this was the Mission Impossible aspect to the day, seeing Rogue Nation. Interesting seeing the scenes filmed around ...
... electricity). Every room was lavishly elegant, but I most liked the Grand Hall (loved the contrast between the wood ceiling and gorgeous chandelier), St George's Hall, and the Grand Reception Room! Unfortunately you really can't capture pictures of anything inside, but enjoy the ones I did get of the grounds. After touring the main rooms, we proceeded to see the changing of the guards and St George's Chapel before continuing on to Bath. I even spotted "Royal Ice Cream Trucks" which ...
... into a deep sleep while Frankie did some gardening. Woke in time for a home cooked dinner..delish Roger went for runs both mornings through leafy streets and parks. On the Friday Roger went to the cricket test at Lords, NZ versus England. Fantastic second day performance by the Kiwis. The "toffs" in the Mound Stand being more interested in drinking than watching the cricket as the day wore on. Prue and Frankie went shopping at Kingston Upon Thames. Walked to ...