To me Queen Victoria has always been a fascinating monarch than her successors or predecessors barring Elizabeth I and Henry VIII. I have read her narrative quite voraciously and the one thing that struck home to me was young Victoria … Continue reading Royal Residences of Queen Victoria
Comfortably cocooned in obscurity the little market town of Stratford in the Avon valley had very little to celebrate during the Tudor age. By the time Regency era dawned on England this town in Warwickshire county, was catching the attention … Continue reading A Day with Shakespeare in Stratford-Upon-Avon
To paraphrase Ibn Batuta “The highlands leave you speechless and then turn you into a storyteller”, and that is my only conclusion to why great novels … Continue reading Review: Perfect 3 day getaway in Scotland
What is Magna Carta? In the early thirteenth century, there were 25 barons in England who were persistently rebellious against the tyrannical rule of John, King of England. The king was indifferent to their frustration and continued to levy heavy … Continue reading How to celebrate Magna Carta’s 800th on a holiday?