The Kings Arms Hotel
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- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews The Kings Arms Hotel East Molesey
Travel Blogs from East Molesey
... they demolished a third of the Tudor style palace and rebuilt in the Baroque style. In my photos it shows the different between the two and where they meet.
I entered through the Seymour Gate on the left side of the castle and made my way to Base Court, the giant courtyard behind the main entrance of the castle. I had a free audio guide which gave four different tours which was good but also very slow.. so I learnt to fast forward. From Base Court I went through to ...
... our hotel and had a light dinner. We were thankful as we made our way to our appointment that there is an elevator that leads directly into the spa. How we wished we had sweats and flip flops. Instant bliss...ginger tea...fluffy robes and slippers that feel like those disposable flip flops they give you when you get a pedicure. We didn't say one word for the next hour, either one of us. I didn't even know Rio was in the same room. It was a wonderful way to spend our first evening in ...
... is set up as it was in the Tudor period with actors performing a variety of enactments of significant periods of history from King Henry VIII's time.
The palace was originally built by Cardinal Thomas Wolsey in 1514, who at that time, was King Henry VIII most trusted advisor. Cardinal Wolsey spent considerable money to build and decorate the palace which was described at that time as the finest palace in the kingdom. However, Wolsey only had a chance to live ...
... I was worried about before I went to London.
I woke up FREEZING cold, since London is especially chilly this time of year. No snow, but still just much colder than Madrid. I needed to meet two friends from Madrid who were also going to be staying at Katie's flat with me in the late afternoon, but in the meantime I went exploring through Greenwich.
My first stop was Point Hill, a small park right outside Katie's flat where I got to see the London skyline. It made me ...
... for cushions for the wooden benches and enjoy a performance of Julius Caeser. The acting is superb and the night is mild. We enjoy ourselves tremendously. I’ve never seen a better performance of Shakespeare. This is how he meant his plays to be seen, with actors interacting with the audience and an intimacy not found in other theaters. The theater is right along the Thames and the lights of the city are quite spectacular. What a ...