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... are big fans of the Downton Abbey series so we were really excited to see the castle. It was absolutely packed with people and you could only walk where the red rope allowed your to. I understand that completely as the family still live there but typical me wanted to go where your not allowed. Not possible in this case. We saw quite a few of the rooms used in Downton Abbey, my favourite being the drawing room with all the books and lovely paintings and ...
Occasionally items scheduled for the Grand Tour just don’t work out. Such was the case with Highclere Castle, the setting for Downton Abbey, the smash hit (we love it, therefore it’s a smash hit) PBS series on the English upstairs – downstairs social and cultural dichotomy of the early to mid-early 1900s. We'd been talking about it for months, like no other site we planned to visit. We learned of its closing for filming for the upcoming ...
... of pulling a Clark Griswold from European Vacation several times at the roundabouts while trying to navigate solo and with little signage driving on the the "wrong" side of the road. Piece of cake!
At last, at 10:30am we all pile into the car and truly begin our adventure...on to Windsor Castle!
Navigating and driving in the UK is an undertaking we ...
... site of what was probably a medicinal and vegetable garden created in the 12th century when the land was owned by the Bishops of Winchester. Now planted with euphorbias, lavender and roses, it was attractive today in springtime sunshine and it will certainly be very colourful in the height of summer. Behind a high yew hedge, there's an intriguing border, filled with plants like tulips and paeonies bearing only white ...
Today is our last day :( But, probably one of the more interesting days, too! Today we're off to Bath and Windsor. Compared to yesterday, we got to sleep in this morning.....the alarm didn't go off until 6:15 am! Our first stop today was Bath where we were able to do a tour of the Roman Baths. So very interesting! They've been in existence for 2000 years and they have uncovered a lot of the original pieces of the baths. After our self-guided audio ...