The Kings Arms Hotel
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... Duke and Duchess of Marlborough. The grounds consist of 2,000 formally landscaped acres and the home is humongous!
Blenheim Palace is a real Downton Abbey. The land was a gift from the Queen to John Churchill, the first Duke of Marlborough, for defeating Louis XIV’s French forces in 1704. Not only did Queen Anne give him the land, but she also built the palace for him, all at ...
... headed downstairs to have breakfast. The dining room overlooked the town so it was a nice place to eat. We chatted briefly to another guest who recommeneded a couple of places to visit. Then hopped in our car and drove to Borton – on – the - Water. This was only 15 mins away. The town was very beautiful to look at. It had tiny bridges crossing a shallow river along one side of the town. All the cottages were stone and were very quaint. We strolled ...
... blue thing, is one thing. Knowing whether you're north or south of said junction when big blue thing appears on the horizon, is another...........And the back streets of Wolverhampton may be interesting to some, but........... We hit the Cotswolds about an hour late - but it didn't matter - there's nothing like being surrounded by incredible beauty to lift the spirits and rekindle the sense of whatever it ...
I took the kids to the movies on Thursday. Paul had a million emails come through and kids in small spaces not good of you want to concentrate, so the movie 'Monsters University' was playing (in English much to Mac's delight after him not understanding Les Schtroumpfs in France). It played 4 times over a 2 week period, so was opportune. The Roses is a great theatre, so like how the State used to be years ago, red velvet curtain goes back and the screen is way back on the stage. ...
Met up with Laura, TPK & Uncle Alan at the rental car place at 8am. After a bloody shambles on the part of the rental company who had the booking down for another depot, we finally got our wheels around 10am and headed out of town under the guidance of our trusty GPS. Given the later start we actually missed any traffic and were out of London within 20mins and in He Cotswolds before midday. Lovely traditional little villages everywhere. We checked out Stow-On-Wold, Burford, ...