The Dukes Head Inn
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... nearby. Charlotte's cottage was a place to have parties, picnics and pleasant afternoons of painting, but not to spend the night.
During the 1700s, there were plans to build a large classical palace at Richmond, but when George suffered from porphyria and the plans never came to fruition.
From 1776, King George spent more time at Windsor and visited Kew less frequently, although the Royal nursery remained. When George became ...
... though the palace but that did
not seem to fuss me, as the view alone of the castle was amazing. The gates
were packed with tourists taking photos so it was hard to see. I managed to
get a glance as the guards changed. It was quick and superior and their timing
was impeccable. By far the highlight of the day.
... Rob and I really miss Amsterdam) before we hit Harrod's. Harrod's is not JUST a department store. It's a dream store. I especially liked the floors with food. Everything was so perfect and beautiful and clean and wonderful. The produce was immaculate and looked so good I thought it was fake. The prepared foods, the amazing raw bar, the candy section! AHHH it was all gorgeous. It reminded me of the food places in Japan in the rail stations. I didn't have a ...
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... of the United Kingdom since 1837. The original Buckingham House was built for the Duke of Buckingham and acquired by King George III for Queen Charlotte and 14 of their 15 children were born here. During the 19th Century it was enlarged and became the official royal residence on the accession of Queen Victoria. At that time it had horrible ventilation and the chimneys smoked so much that the fires had ...