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... thought to be the first public library in England. Next to the library is Richmond Theatre, built in 1899. These are opposite Little Green which is a smaller version of Richmond Green. The houses that surround the green show what Richmond would have been like in the 1800's.
On the other side of Richmond Green we saw the gateway to Richmond Palace which no longer exists, this is where King Henry VIII lived before he secured Hampton Court Palace.
... Castle and the hit show Downton Abbey. So enthused was one fan from Spain that she took me from room to room talking half Spanish and half English pointing out different things she recognized from the show. Highclere Castle took your breath away as we drove through the acres of farm land dotted with black faced sheep. I half expected to see all of the servants lined up to greet us as we drove up. We excited the busses and took turns ...
I'm here! Ok it's only the airport but it finally feels like I'm on my way. Uneventful and easy drive down with time to kill now. I don't think I've ever had such an easy check in and security check, maybe that's the upside of travelling solo. So what to do now? I've checked out the duty free and bought a cheap watch - last of the big spenders! So time to kick back and relax until the gate info comes up which will be about 9.25pm. Cup of tea ...
... Times Square wasn't as I imagined, but I don't know why. I think as I couldn't really walk round I couldn't take it all in and see it from every angle. However it was still amazing, but smaller than I originally expected. We then decided to grab a drink and something to eat at the of course; Hard Rock Cafe. Here we all had our photo taken with guitars before we sat down eventually it got to 4pm and we headed back to the ...
We have thoroughly enjoyed our trip but are looking forward to returning home. Our highlights of London would have to be Jersey Boys - it was a great show. I enjoyed it so much I could have returned immediately to see it again. We had a lovely lunch with Carl and Darren before the show, which was well planned by them - it was just around the corner of our theatre. ...