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Virtual Tour of England, V

Virtual Tour of England, V

In the final segment of this virtual tour of England, I went north. The drive from Ludlow to York is approximately three hours and twenty minutes. York is a medieval town preserved because the local government chose not to put the train station in the center of town....
Virtual Tour of England, IV

Virtual Tour of England, IV

I continued my faux journey to stop at Berkhamsted, where Cecily of York, Richard III’s mom spent her late years, and then on to the medieval town and castle of Ludlow. Cecily’s sons were raised in this castle. The drive from Fotheringay to Berkhamsted is...
Reviews From Library Thing

Reviews From Library Thing

From one of the reviews at LibraryThing : “A novel of disillusionment and loneliness that shares the unsettling dramas of love; in a sympathetic, yet unforgiving story of infidelity and emotional ambivalence. With a great sense of humor. ‘We Have...
Virtual England Tour, III

Virtual England Tour, III

I continue my virtual trip, leaving London for Fotheringay Castle, the place where Richard III was born and later Mary Queen of Scots was executed. It’s supposedly an hour-and-fifty-minute drive from Heathrow airport to the area. I chose a ramble from the nearby town...
Virtual England Tour, II

Virtual England Tour, II

My virtual trip of England started in London. I’ve been to London many times, and I have my favorites there. I wonder if the “Greek tapas” place where I love to eat before a play at Shakespeare’s Globe is still there. And it will be a long time before people can crowd...