Fairlight Lodge Hotel
Travel Blogs from Windsor
... We also saw the house where Chris cried when Mom told him she was having a girl, because he had nothing to give to a little sister. Then we drove to Windsor Castle where the Queen lives on weekends. The Queen’s parents and Princess Margaret are buried there. Oh my god. This castle is huge and beautiful. We saw churches, gardens, and the bed chambers where various kings did ...
... a place in any social class. Unfortunately, we walked the entire grounds and never saw the Queen. We saw the State Apartments, Waterloo Drawing Room (this year is the 200th anniversary of Waterloo), and St George's Chapel. It's a big place so maybe she slipped out before our arrival was announced. Maybe next time, Elizabeth. You can have your Lady in Waiting put the kettle on for ...
Started the day at Andy & Innys.
We made the effort to go for a run, but the weather had turned, and it was raining, so decided to have breakfast instead.
Our perfect hosts made us a nice breakfast, and then saw us back into London.
The day is not great, very overcast and a bit chillier, but not raining by late morning.
We decide to have a slow day, and stroll through Hyde Park (Teresa hadn't seen it yet), ...
... medicine in the 1530s and 40s being what it was (he died in 1547), he was in physically deplorable condition. This was somewhere around or between wives No. 4 and 5, Anne of Cleves and Catherine Howard. And although the women were still lining up to marry him, despite his beheading two, he had become grotesque, diseased, with open, oozing flesh wounds, and morbidly obese. The point of this suit of armor: it is Henry's, and it is designed for a very fat ...
... of the major battle sites of WWI. It is my hope to visit some of these sites, particularly near Arras, France, before November 2018. Here is a photograph of one of the battle site photos.
I visited the Imperial War Museum with 70 members of what has to be one of the largest meetup groups in the world: the London Culture Seekers with 12,000 members. Much of the IWM, which has been around for nearly 100 years, was closed for the ...
Other places to stay in Windsor
18 High Street, Windsor | 4 star hotelfrom $148
- Nice hotel but avoid the restaurant for dinner.
- A super Hotel
- Hotel Has Pretentions Above It's Level
Windsor Road, Windsor | 4 star hotelfrom $205
- Fantastic Hotel
- Great Hotel, Terrible Staff
- Restaurant lets it down.
52 - 56 Thames St, Windsor | 3 star hotelfrom $176
- Faded English grandeur
- Excellent Hotel - Extremely comfortable and beautiful surroundings
- Generally very nice
High Street, Windsor | 4 star hotel
- Terrible service that makes the £75 million refurbishment a waste
- Perfect three days away
- Charming hotel with great service in an unbeatable location
46 Kings Road, Windsor | Hotelfrom $150
65 Vansittart Road, Windsor | Hotelfrom $99
34 King Edward Court, Windsor | Hotelfrom $95
9 Clarence Road, Windsor | Hotelfrom $133
Bolton Avenue, Windsor | Hotelfrom $156
23 High Street, Windsor | 4 star hotelfrom $234
Winkfield Road, Windsor | Hotelfrom $218