Advantages: Lovely day out, lots to see and do Disadvantages: Too much to take in on one visit
...I've wanted to visit Hampton Court for absolutely ages, it's been on my "list of things to do" for about five years now. Finally, after much delay, I achieved my goal on the May bank holiday.
Hampton Court is probably best known as Henry VIII's royal palace, but in fact it was built by Cardinal Wolsey, Henry's right hand man. Since Henry seized it from Wolsey (sorry, was given it...
Advantages: Great royal history, inside and out Disadvantages: None at all
...Henry VIII is arriving on his barge, out on the Thames,the scurry of activity is hectic, all over the palace.
Cast your imagination back to those historic, royal days; fearful, hospitable, sociable and most of all regal times. It's easy to relive life at Hampton Court, guides dress in period costume and talk in the dialect of the day and exhibitions make it come alive. Take time to step back...
Advantages: Great combination of flavours and textures. Disadvantages: Calories
...You may have realised from some of my previous reviews that I do have quite a sweet tooth and do indulge in chocolate quite frequently. My chocolate bar of choice today was a Cadbury's starbar which is quite similar to a boost bar but has a peanut flavoured centre.
I purchased my star bar from a shop called B&M which is a discount store at a cost of £0.39 which I thought was good value...