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... and replaced by the present Horse Guards building in 1753.
Lord's Cricket Ground, generally known as Lord's, named after its founder, Thomas Lord, it is owned by Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC). Lord's is widely referred to as the "home of cricket" and is home to the world's oldest sporting museum. Lord's today is not on its original site, being the third of three of the Middle Ground. The ground can hold 28,000 ...
From here we moved to the front of the Palace once the crowds dispersed we had better views of the front for a few pictures and then to turn behind us to take picture of and around the Victoria Memorial and down The Mall. Lunch time hit, we were hungry. We found a nice little café opposite the Royal Mews and dined in to allow of feet to rest before more walking and standing.
The Victoria Memorial is a ...
... I couldn't pick it.
It was lovely to hear him play live and I'm sad it won't happen again. Probably.
But he was so grounded. So thankful. And it was literally just him and his guitar. No fancy band or back up vocals.
I met a ...
... move through the other parts of the house.
Petworth seems more of a museum than a house - you do not see bedrooms etc but large state rooms with enormous paintings and sculptures within them. A number of important painters visited and worked in the house, notably Turner, and there are a significant number of Turner works on display. There are also a number of Van Dycks including one of Charles 1 ...
... so we just looked around and ate at an Italian place across the street. The food was good--we both had spaghetti-- but we got ignored after our meal was over (they never asked us if we wanted dessert or anything else) and we eventually just got up and asked for the check. I guess when the tip is automatically included there is no reason to provide good service.
Our evening's entertainment was a concert at Royal Albert Hall. Opened by ...