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... 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 ...
... Apartments where we line up to see Queen Mary's (1867-1953) huge Doll House. It is truly a miniature palace (1:12 scale) representing royal life in 1924. Queen Mary, who was the wife of King George V and the current Queen’s grandmother, was known to have a fascination with all things miniature. This incredibly accurate dollhouse was a gift from the people when Queen Mary was a full-grown adult. It has ...
... movies, so we couldn't resist going on the Warner Brothers Harry Potter Studio Tour, in Watford Junction. It's a fun visit for any Potterhead and you leave with full appreciation for the magnitude and detail that went in to making the Harry Potter movies! Besides, you get to walk the real Diagon Alley and drink butter beer!
... and Big Ben first chimed the hour on 11th July 1859 (Birthday #3). We can hear Big Ben chiming from our apartment. Stuart keeps saying unbelievable, and he can't stop talking about all the expensive cars in London. West Minister Abbey is spectacular. The Abbey became a popular venue for royal weddings when Princess Patricia of Connaught chose it for her marriage to the Honourable Alexander Ramsay in 1919. It was the first time in 650 years that the ...
... moment. We wandered back down through town for a late lunch, then to the Eton Bridge for a gander at some white swans n canal boat etc on the Thames tributary river. Makinf our way back to the car where the spaces are so tight in order to get more in, we managed to sliver in the door and off toward home. BTW. parking in this car park down by the rail station was only STG 4 for the day, whereas one closer ...
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 hotelfrom $151
- 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