The Don Pepe Charlton Hotel
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... with the same name.. Anyway I made it :)
Once I got to Hampton Court Station I crossed a bridge over the Thames to Hampton Court Palace.
I took so many photos as I just loved it! One day I will own a castle, if it doesn't look like this one I will have to knock it down and rebuild, just like King William did when he moved in! Him and the Queen were going to demolish the whole palace but due to a lack of funds (clearly not very good with ...
... perfect opportunity to visit while staying so close.
Nathan and Traci have been to Hampton Court twice before, however, our last trip was about 12 years ago. Today provided an opportune time to show Kate and Roy this beautiful and intriguing place as well as refresh our own memories.
Although still a royal palace Hampton Court has not been inhabited by a royal family since the 18th century. However, it is a beautiful, well maintained ...
... is also normal - the rest of the cast is strange. It was fun and we will probably be seeing it when in gets to the Twin Cities. Our original plan was to go to see Downton Abbey's castle, but the house is closed for the winter. As we had a welcome dinner to attend Sunday evening, we were limited on what tours we could take. Against advice from a few people to not go to Stonehenge ("just a pile of rocks in a field" "there is a ...
... br> The food should arrive within 30 minutes – and it should be just as good as the
food in the restaurants. Your server should ask – not presume – where to set up
your meal and when to come back, and it should all be beautifully presented
with polished cutlery, fine china, pressed linens and perhaps a flower. Just
because you’re not heading downstairs to mingle doesn’t mean you shouldn’t
receive the same ...
... refurbished by successive monarchs. William the Conqueror chose the site, high above the river Thames and on the edge of a Saxon hunting ground. It was a day's march from the Tower of London and intended to guard the western approaches to the capital. The outer walls of today's structure are in the same position as those of the original castle built by William the Conqueror in the 1070s. So too is the central mound supporting the Round Tower and ...