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Yesterday Leigh and I explored London at nite with the soon to be bride and groom. We saw Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus, Big Ben among things and a hell of a lot streets that are on the good ol' Monopoly board! I kind of wish I had it with me so I could tick them off as we went along. Dinner was at Steak and Co. And it was fabulous and delicious and boy were we ...
... house with its 2 wings was built in 1821. The rotunda was used for entertaining and display of art treasures and books etc., the east wing for the Hervey family living quarters, while the west wing was merely an architectural shell to provide balance to the building. The house produced its own electricity, kitchens were well stocked and many servants were employed to look after the guests. Many of the rooms are furnished as they would have been in the early ...
... I'm actually getting excited about discovering new things. Not just what I want to see.
One thing that really excited me was a piece of art I read about only recently.
A 400 year old Dutch painting of people on the beach that restorers just found had a hidden whale.
A beached whale. Hidden in the middle of the beach.
How do you hide a whale that is the centre piece of a painting?
It's like finding that ...
As you will see from my photos, Thursday was a cold and wet day in my part of England.
A bit of rain never stopped an intrepid traveller, so I headed out at 9am for a daytrip to Cambridge to see what I could see. Lorren helped me book the train tickets the night before and so all I had to do was be in time for the train and change trains half way there. By 11am I had arrived in Cambridge, and ...
... was mostly Tshirt type weather. The only hot weather we saw was during a few days in the south of Turkey.
We saw so much, and it is hard to is hard to say what we liked the best. We loved Turkey - there were some amazing sights here. Cappodoccia, Pamukkale, and Istanbul were stunning, and swimming the the Mediterranean was delightful. In the UK Scotland really stood out, and the Isle of Skye our ...