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Windsor Stonehenge and Bath Day Trip from London
"Start the day from Victoria Station in Windsor with a visit to the largest occupied castle in the world Windsor Castle. Its colorful history spans over 900 years from William the Conqueror in the 11th Century to its current status as the Official Residence of Her Majesty the Queen. This is a wonderful opportunity to marvel at the splendor of the 15th century St.George’s Chapel and explore the superb and unrivaled which include the lavishly furnished White Green and Crimson Drawing Rooms.From Windsor Castle head to one of the most famous of all prehistoric monuments the World Heritage Site of Stonehenge. Built in 3 stages from approximately 3000BC
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"Stonehenge
Including Pub Lunch in Medieval Village of Lacock ""Stonehenge Windsor Castle Bath and Medieval Village of Lacock Including Traditional Pub Lunch""Start with a pickup from your London hotel
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London Pass Including Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
"With the London Pass save both time and money as you skip admission lines with fast-track entrance and enjoy free entry to more than 60 top London attractions. There is no need to use cash – simply show your London Pass for fast and easy entry to London’s most popular sites. 2- 3-6- or 10-day pass plus enjoy discounts on your shopping and dining. Keen to explore the city in the most hassle-free way? Upgrade your London Pass to include a zones 1-6 London Travelcard. Competitively priced the upgrade option covers all journeys made on the London Underground
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Windsor Castle

A tour of Windsor Castle is like a passage through time. Edward III expanded William the Conqueror’s original castle into a Gothic style fortress, and when Charles II was restored to the throne in...
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Windsor Town Centre

The Town of Windsor is an attraction in it's own right but is well eclipsed by the famous Windsor Castle. There are many souvenir shops,pubs, restaurants, shopping malls, even two railway station...
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Changing of the Guard - Windsor Castle

This is also a popular attraction in Windsor Castle during the changing of the Guards, the Queens Guards plays various melodies of famous local and international hits by their own Bands while...
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Windsor Castle - St George's Chapel

Anyone who has read any of my stuff will know that I’m not a religious person, but I always seem to be in places of worship, and anyone who has looked closely enough at my ramblings will also know...
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Windsor Castle - State Apartments

Final of my tips with more hidden pictures The State Apartments and the Semi State Rooms are located in the Upper ward area of the Windsor Castle. It is the highlight of the windsor castle tour of...
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Eton College

It's full name is actually King's College of Our Lady of Eton, and this is possibly the most famous school in the world. Having said that, there are several equally prestigious public schools in...
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Royal Shopping Centre

Windsor is particularly well served when it comes to shops. As a tourist town there is a wide selection of gift shops around the castle together with stylish shops and restaurants in Windsor Royal...
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Legoland

Other than the castle, there is a theme park called lego land. Although we didn;t go there, I am sure kids would love it. There a shuttle bus frequently from the station taking passengers to lego...
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Windsor Castle - Queen Mary's Dolls House

The Queen Mary Doll House is located in the State Apartments Area but it has a separate entrance to it, afterwards, you can then continue on a tour of the State Apartments. The Queen Mary Doll House...
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River Thames

Once it was very busy but the amount of traffic was causing structural damage to the cast iron so it has been closed since 1970. The first wooden bridge is believed to have been built in the...
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The Long Walk & Deer Park

Supposedly 3 miles or 5 km to the statue of King George III at the other end.A pleasant walk at any time,i used to run there and back most days in my youth.If your lucky you could spot some deer on...
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Parish Church of St. John the Baptist

The painting shown was painted by Franz de Cleyn (1588-1658) and presented to the Royal Chapel in around 1660 by Brian Duppa, Bishop of Winchester, Prelate of the Order of the Garter. The painting...
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Boat Trips

A peaceful way to see the surrounding countryside with lots of photo opportunities. 2 hr trip roundtrip upstream or 45 minutes to Runneymede.1 boat a day from Runneymede to Hampton Court Palace...
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Guildhall

Not too much to see inside but as i got married here before Charles and Camilla and now Elton John i thought i might just mention it.We then had a blessing in St. Georges Chapel. Check the history of...
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Windsor Rd, Water Oakley, Windsor, Windsor and Maidenhead, SL4 5UF, United Kingdom
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18 High St, (formerly Macdonald Castle), Windsor, Windsor and Maidenhead, SL4 1LJ, United Kingdom
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Thames St, Windsor, Windsor and Maidenhead, SL4 1PX, United Kingdom
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34 King Edward Court, Windsor, SL4 1TG, United Kingdom
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High Street, Windsor, Windsor and Maidenhead, SL4 1PH, United Kingdom
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Tdiver

"My biased viewpoint"
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easyoar

"Royal Windsor - Home of the Queen"
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Dabs

"Windsor Castle"
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evaanna

"The Splendours of Windsor"
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mallyak

"Windsor-the royal residences."
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