Friday, March 18, 2005

What, no comments?

OK, come on. No one commented on us seeing the Queen?

We don't have much time now but later I'll blog about Henry VIII's ornamental gardens, the college town of Oxford, historic Runnymeade, Sir Winston Churchill's grave in Bladon, Shakespeare's birthplace in Stratford-on-Avon, the villages of the Cotswold Hills, the Wye valley in Wales, the Roman baths in Bath, Stonehenge, the town of Arundel and the castle of the Duke of Norfolk (my ancestors, the Howards), and the city of Brighton.

Update: Obviously since writing this I have made good on my promise! :o)


At 7:45 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ah, what wonderful luck, destiny, karma, to have such impeccable timing as to see Her Majesty herself! That really is very, very exciting, especially within the setting of such festive, stately circumstances! It sounds like you two are covering a lot of ground. I'm anxious to hear more about these latest sites. Don't forget St. George's Chapel in Windsor as that is where Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles will FINALLY be married Apr 8. Certainly not the glamour of Princess Di's wedding, but historic anyway. Sounds like a fabulous vacation! Don't forget to come back home!

At 7:49 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nora, I hope you knew prior to the trip what you were getting into by going to England with the likes of my dear brother who knows England's history better than most people know their own personal history!!! I guess you can miss alot by seeing something so significant in history and discounting because you didn't know at the time. I guess I'm sort of jealous. Enjoy while you're there!
Yusuf and Ranya

At 4:50 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Actually, John's a great traveling companion and if we were to ever break up (although I'm not planning on it) he would be my perfect travel buddy.

And to answer your question, yes I knew exactly what I was getting myself into. I told him he could have lectured on Shakespeare on the tour bus on our way to his hometown.


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