Beales Hatfield Hotel
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Today we set out to see Alastair & Tomiko at the other "Hatfield house!" and meet the gorgeous Cassini again.
First task was to pass on gifts from the family in Australia.... and (quite by surprise) Bob was given an early birthday pressie...... he was absolutely delighted....an Orient scarf with a mention of Wembley...... that is a real first! Bob is planning to wear it 24/7...... even in bed! I can hear him right now - in the shower - ...
... lived in by the family, but were used to impress guests and visitors as to the wealth and prestige of the family. This continued on up a ridiculously ornate stairway into sitting rooms, galleries, a library and a private chapel absolutely crammed full of paintings, ornate furnishings, and other trappings of what must have passed for wealth in the last 400 years or so.
To begin with I have to admit I was impressed by it ...
... a little scream cry, and a mum giving someone something. It was the girl who had given me the signed ticket. Her mum had gone to check when the boys were coming out, and got given a signed guitar pic by Tom Fletcher. And she gave it to her daughter. And she deserved that pick more than anyone else on the ...
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... The history of this place starts in 1485 when the Bishop of Ely began to build Hatfield Palace. Henry VIII confiscated the Palace and used it as a residence for his children. Mary was miserable here, being separated from her mother, but Elizabeth's childhood here was very happy. She was educated at the side of her brother Edward, who was Henry's only male child. Later, during Mary's reign, Elizabeth was practically a prisoner here and it was here at ...