Travel Blogs from London
... and is a replica of an actual palace. Every miniature item in there works - the lights light up, the toilet flushes, the furniture, carpets, and products are all copies of the real thing, made out the of same material often by the same company. The art on the walls were made by the same artists who created the real thing, and the books in the library were written - yes, written - by well-known authors just for the dollhouse's library. We were not ...
... two other exhibitions, one of which was a display of Queen Mary’s Doll House (only interesting from the sheer size and attention to detail given it). However, the exhibition I found the most interesting of the whole tour was called The Royal Paintbox. Drawing and painting have often been areas of study for children of royal families (as they could afford lessons from the greatest tutors available), and it would ...
... weeks and is actually quite suited to the position. The pub is lovely with stained wooden furniture and a great big beer garden. It's more of an up-market pub they tell me.
We all had a delicious meal, Tash a hollumi salad and dips, Paul - fish n chips and myself- pea, spinach and feta tart with mint potatoes and salad. It was sooooo tasty! I would recommend this place to anyone!
We were then notified that Kate and Will had ...
... as soon as the door were open, eager beavers were trying to get in before we got out !! Two of us told them to stand back - I mean, how stupid do you have to be to try to get onto a train when there are half a dozen or more people trying to get off the train !
Once through the barriers, we began the long trek via travellators and a lift to Terminal 3. We found an area to weigh our bags and to rearrange as necesary - which we did along with ...
... her commitment to open up her beautiful home to me despite the fact that she wouldn’t be there herself, but as I soon came to realize, she is an incredibly generous lady.
As I pulled up in the taxi to the back of the castle near the stables entrance, I suddenly saw various recognizable sites from the TV series. There were several workers scurrying around the yard setting up tents in preparation for the grand opening of the tourist season, as well ...
Other places to stay in London
Mayfair/Soho/West End, London | Hotelfrom $215
Covent Garden/Trafalgar Square/Piccadilly, London | Hotelfrom $117
Lancaster Gate, London | Hotelfrom $131
Shadwell, London | Hotelfrom $138