The Royal Adelaide Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... sky; a perfect day to watch the red coats show off their stuff. First we witness an inspection of the guards, a nit picking of the new guard’s uniforms while the old guard looks on. Then officers march back and forth, seemingly with no purpose; it portends something impressive is about to happen.
Not far away we hear a band. The music gets louder as the red-coated, tall bear hat ...
... 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 ...
... sandals and a windbreaker. She ventured into a souvenir shop to buy some socks just in case her feet got cold. As we waited a bit longer, a hoodie started to sound like a good idea as well. Sharon was the only person properly prepared with a warm jacket, and George, well he never gets cold. The rest of us quickly ran back into the souvenir shop and purchased a London sweatshirt/hoodie for each of us just in time before we had to load up on the bus.
... to Plymouth. This was the seaside town where Sir Frances Drake and Sir Walter Raleigh embarked on their journey in 1620. It was quite a large town and seemed to have an old an new section. Once we had had our usual coffee and a drive around we headed for our final stop for today, Stonehenge. This has changed since I was here 20 years ago. Not the rock arrangement but the new improved visitors centre. This set-up is about ...
... any pupils, but I did see the ornate iron lamp on the corner, called the "burning bush" after its elaborate design and around which the students gather between classes. Eton is a town, but it is mostly the school. It is very hard to distinguish where one ends and the other begins. I also took some pictures of the vast and seemingly endless number of playing fields. After all, these playing fields are a major supplier of the British military personnel. I don't recall who said that ...