Good Night Inns Berkshire Arms Hotel
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... and special King Tut exhibit. Long before the castle became known as Downton it was and still is the family home of Lord Canarvan. The 4th Earl and archeologist Howard Carter discovered the tomb of King Tut in the early 1920s.
Once the castle opened we took a self-guided tour which included the main/ground floor including the library and state dining room, the first floor (which we would consider the second floor) which includes several bedrooms ...
... regularly, (her son Charles gave the welcome and introduction for the audio guided tour) and Henry VIII in the mid-1400s didn’t just visit, he actually lived at Windsor where, in his youth, he learned to ride, shoot and hunt. Through civil wars, continental wars and world wars it has remained intact. Over the centuries it has been blown up in parts, added onto innumerable times and is a beginning architectural students’ primer: all manner ...
... in touch with nature and rent a seaside cabin or campsite. Whatever the word "relaxation" means to you while on holiday, Hawaii can provide just that. 3. The Aloha SpiritDespite what some reports may say, the Hawaiian people are some of the friendliest and welcoming of any people. They respect their land and expect you to do the same. Their warm and welcoming attitudes, along with their relaxed ...
... Little nuances highlight the fact that these rooms are still actively used; the rolled carpet in the immense dining hall that can be rolled out and the velvet ropes hidden away.
We make our way out of the state apartments and into the lower ward to St George's chapel, a triumph of medieval gothic architecture. The floor and surrounding chambers are ensconced with plaques, memorials and elaborate tombs of monarchs, some more forgotten ...
... head to Windsor Castle. Wow, it's magnificent. Started in 1080 by William the Conqueror and added to by various Kings and Queens it is the oldest continually inhabited castle in the world. Dinner of fish and chips in the pub beneath our room with a folk singer. Now I know I'm in England and I'm loving ...