The Houses of Parliament, Westminster, the Thames and the London Eye
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Less than an hour away from central London are these stunning places. It’s well worth spending at least a half day exploring them, or why not check them out on the way to somewhere deeper in the English countryside.
Hampton Court Palace, the favourite palace 500 years ago of Henry VIII, who honeymooned there with each of his six wives. We see how monarchs since then have added sumptuous apartments and gardens in the style of their time. Lucky guests of mine get to see the ghost of Henry’s fifth wife Katherine Howard! Unlucky ones get lost in the famous hedge maze.
Hampton Court Palace
Windsor Castle
Windsor Castle, said to be the favourite residence of the Queen, is the largest inhabited castle in the world, and the oldest in continuous royal occupation. We visit the magnificent state apartments and the stunning St George's Chapel, burial place of many of our sovereigns.
Greenwich, situated on the River Thames, a World Heritage Site boasting historic landmarks like the Royal Observatory, the home of Greenwich Mean Time and the Meridian Line, and the inspirational architecture of Sir Christopher Wren at the Old Royal Naval College.



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