The Day of The Royal Wedding.

On our way to Epping to meet up with a high school buddy  whom I haven’t seen since high school graduation. The train ride was smooth and relaxed, as if everyone is at home glued in front of the television to watch the royal wedding. Day 3 was spent visiting Shakespeare’s birthplace, Stratford-Upon-Avon  and the beautiful Warwick Castle.

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On our way to the Warwick Castle, we passed by this quaint little church, St Paul Church. The blue door is adorable!

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But first, a full english breakfast with black pudding. The waitress claimed they have a great black pudding; I thought it was good!

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Talk about British hospitality! These guys were awesome!

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Warwick Castle

I haven’t been to a lot of castle tours; but so fai]r, I love this the most. Love how its history was presented in segments in different rooms. It was quick too. It’s a great place for family; kids have plenty of activities- there’s knight training; jousting , archery etc. Cost at he door is 27 British pounds which can be converted into an annual pass. The castle is situated near the River Avon.

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The Guild Chapel

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The American Fountain, on the right

Lunch at the Old Thatch Tavern for some cottage pie and fish n chips. The interior is quaint and lovely.

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