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... Hard to believe that it was all here so long ago.
The King even had his own chocolate chef and chocolate kitchen.......a wee bit jealous.
There were so many rooms in the Palace. Hard to believe you would need them all.
There were also amazing gardens in the Palace, some really interesting trees.
The drive to Heathrow wasn't too bad either. Happy to return the manual car, although I think I have now mastered the manual ...
... lights I looked back and saw a Sign point to Sutton the way I had come from. I always have trouble in the Northern hemisphere with North and South being in the wrong direction to what my internal compass has been programmed to expect. A quick turn around and after 11km I was back home with a UK phone number ( 44 7511 976 723) and sore feet. Dinner with Danny last night at the Greyhound (pub #2) then an early night. So ends the first day! Enjoy the ...
... gardens there were magnificent with trees trained into arcades. Huge vines and the ornamental gardens that cover acres of prime land, a delight to the eye and the result of huge amounts of work for the gardeners.
Another visit location was to Chartwell house which was the home of Winston Churchill. This grounds to this place were also huge but on a smaller scale from the royal palaces. I liked the wall in the garden that Winston built during his ...
Today we made our way to the beautiful and very quaint Pulborough, it's so nice being in the lovely peace and quiet of the countryside. The history here is incredible (as is all of England!), but just in our backyard there is a 500 year old Elizabethan wall! After Malcolm dropped us off this afternoon we went for a walk with Roger (Graham's second eldest brother) Carol (his wife) and Ben (their friendly King Charles terrier) along the ...
... There were a lot of interesting exhibits including one where you followed the life of Henry VIII through his six marriages. We saw the massive kitchens, still in operation, that were used during Henry's times. The outside of the palace is filled with plenty of different gardens, all of which had beautiful trees and flower arrangements. We even saw an Orange Tree in one garden and the palace has it's own vineyard.
We spent close to three hours at the palace ...