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... Apartments where we line up to see Queen Mary's (1867-1953) huge Doll House. It is truly a miniature palace (1:12 scale) representing royal life in 1924. Queen Mary, who was the wife of King George V and the current Queen’s grandmother, was known to have a fascination with all things miniature. This incredibly accurate dollhouse was a gift from the people when Queen Mary was a full-grown adult. It has ...
... souvenirs. We ventured a little further and before we realised it came across Trafalgar Square, streaming with people attending "Turkish Day in London". We didn't stay long (didn't understand a word they were saying) and ventured on, eventually circling back to Covent Garden. We checked our map and realised we were in walking distance to the British Museum, so headed that way. The museum is free to the ...
... bring hot food (forbidden on our wagon), and even let a guy run off to the bathroom before leaving! I bet he was hilarious too. Not like this bloke on ours. What I wanted to do is defect to the fun bus, but alas I did not. So this whole trip the three of us have been commenting on how lucky we have been with the weather. Aside from the intense fog at Cliffs of Moher, we really have had perfect weather for each day. Well ...
... got yelled at after me. But holy **** though this place is legit a palace! And to make the whole thing even better, the queen was actually there!! Every room I walked into I was just in awe about. Multiple chandlers in every room, art paintings, statues, gold everywhere. The dinning hall was just, wow. After I walked through all the inside I could I took a trip to the gift shop for some tea towels of course. On my way out I even got to catch the ...
... about that part, which includes the ornate wooden carvings and the plaques/plates/shields/heraldry associated with the Knights of the Garter. No boys, not what you're thinking, head more in the Round Table direction. There's a spot that Henry also constructed for his 1st wife, Katherine/Catherine of Aragon (spelling seemed to interchange around the place), and weird to look up at where she would have looked down onto the service.
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