Chelsea Guest House
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... quality and number of paintings collected by the Georges and Queen Caroline (wife of George II) was an important figure in collecting. Some key painters we saw were Holbein and Rubens - these are very valuable paintings. The conclusion offered to us at then end of the tour was that the Hanoverians had succeeded in integrating themselves into British society and art (which was displayed in Kensington Palace, one of their main residences, which was ...
... and work colleagues would sort it out for us, but even so you do like to think that you are organised enough not to have left any potential problems. Anyway thanks in advance to all those who are holding the fort for us while we are gone.
The train consists of two trains stuck together with no means of getting between both parts except in stations, so there are lots of bewildered people walking around looking for non-existent seats because they are in the wrong ...
... HCFS class with my tutor Michael he told us about what Fox calls the understatement rule. The rule goes that English people will talk like they don’t think that much of themselves, whether as humour or in truth. Michael described it as they don’t want to get their hopes up about anything and don’t want to draw attention to themselves. I find it interesting how Fox says just how confusing it is when used as humour. I have never really heard it ...
... ornate for most people that would be re-enacting in a camp environment, a simplified version would look good in most encampments.
The third item is well known to many re-enactors I know, and I have even seen some people try to copy it from pictures in many books many of us have in our collections.
What most of us missed is that this display only shield is very complexly curved.
It is concave top to bottom, like ...
... the shoes!). Onto Hamleys......."mum I am too young for a toy shop!" Soon became a speechless, jaw dropping "wow!" James has a career as a toy demonstrator in Hamleys if all else fails....... After 6 floors and one hour choosing a toy we escaped and continued down Regent Street to Piccadilly Circus. Time for a rest and a shower at the hotel next to London Eye. Tea at Tuttons in Covent Garden and round the corner to the Theatre Royal Drury Lane for Charlie and theChocolate a ...