The Barn Hotel
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... rose garden for the Queen as part of it and the roses are just at peak. It was so fragrant and so beautiful. An oasis in the city. I loved walking around and literally stopping to smell the roses! Reminded me that I really do need to slow down some days. After that I walked around the park for awhile longer. It was a nice peaceful end to my whirlwind of a few days in London Town! Now...it's off to Glastonbury! ...
... see the Tower Bridge all lit up. This was my favorite part of the whole London trip. We were all just singing and laughing and having a great time. The Tower Bridge at night was also very beautiful. It was the perfect last night in London!
The next morning we went to King's Cross station to catch our train for the next part of our trip. We were able to see Platform 9 3/4 and all my dreams came true. ...
... abroad in Cambodia and Indian and had had a house in France, but lost money selling it. A bit of a world citizen and a wanderer. Had a quick look round the museum, then walked up to a rusting oil storage container, where there were various exhibits and we watched a video on Scapa Flow history in both wars. During WW2 there were 12,000 naval personnel on Hoy. at the 2011 census, the population of the whole of Orkney was only 21,000. Walked round and saw the air raid shelter, boat ...
... on foot) Wandering through Old town Edinburgh and New Town Edinburgh venturing to Edinburgh's famous castle and exploring the "Royal Mile". No adventure is complete without an 'afternoon tea' of some sort, so on our last day in Edinburgh we decided to try an "Afternoon Tea with a twist!" We weren't exactly sure what we were in for but when our waitress brought out the stand of goodies- no menu and 1 important word of advice: 1. If it looks like a sweet ...
... An extensive display focussing on Royal Children was incorporated into some of the large rooms. Clothing, toys and mementos from the 1900's to a recent tricycle given to Prince George from The Lord Mayor of London were on display. We didn't see the GGs wombat and have made the presumption that George is playing with it. Movie reels of the Queen growing up as a child with her family were also shown in various rooms. The walk through took 1.5 hours. Kelly and I then enjoyed a ...