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We returned after, had HH and then went to The George' hotel in Stamford for dinner. This is a very known landmark...dating to the 1600's and is very much an active and thriving business today. The facility is plainly British and beautiful...we enjoyed a great dinner and finished with coffees in the fireside lounge.
Wow, what a DAY!!!
Thanks, Graham/Jackie for arranging a day we will never forget.
After a great night's sleep we had decided to take in some of the local sights and scenes without too much travel. Graham/Jackie took us to visit Burghley House. This is an Estate built in the mid 1500's by William Cecil. Quite unbelievable...the way some people lived during those days and the amount of wealth they procured ...the Art collection alone is absolutely PRICELESS!!! in ...
Diane & I had a girly day in London today to visit the State Rooms of Buckingham Palace where the exhibition featuring well-loved toys, treasured family gifts and tiny outfits belonging to nine generations of royal children. I am still pinching myself I was there, we had the best day ever, I think I walked around with my mouth open ...
These are going to be coming with me on my trip to Morocco. Not the most exciting post ever but it's just a test to see if mobile blogging works.
It turns out that it does so now I can write a bit more in here on the computer.
A few weeks to go before I go away and I've got lots to get ready; break in boots, get my vaccinations and just buy a few more final bits, bobs and other essentials.
This will be quite a big event for me. A number ...
... nearby streets. After walking around for a while we see the Peterborough Cathedral which is a massive structure and one of the town highlights. We decide to grab lunch first and then come back and investigate it further. Up the road a little we find a Yates restaurant which is apparently part of a chain. The sign offers two lunches for £7.95 and tea and coffee for 99p, the restaurant is roomy and there seem to be a lot of people eating there so we head in and find ...