Buckingham Palace

From From Buckingham House to Bucking Palace- Back in 1703 slightly before my time- A house in London was acquired for the Duke of Buckingham and went on to become Buckingham Palace in 1837. … On a summer morning it was time to head down the Mall to visit the State rooms at the London resident of HMH Queen Elizabeth II. A few weeks prior Eliz was up north Scotland- due to a change of leaders in the country she was required to return to her house. The state rooms are considered the ‘Public rooms’ to where the ‘Common people’ … Continue reading Buckingham Palace

Warsaw: Science, Citadel & Prisons

Summer long weekend in Warsaw part 2 On a sunny Sunday afternoon in the city of Warsaw around the corner we pumped into “De Revolutionibus Orbium Coelestium’   One of the world’s famous astronomer’s he was Polish Nicolaus Copernicus theory  revolutionised–the world it challenged the motion that the earth was not at the centre of the universe. Earth rotated daily on its axis, and revolves around the sun and that planets also circled this sun.     IT was a short walk to a quiet area with an original church bell   Nice and peaceful mid afternoon off the main … Continue reading Warsaw: Science, Citadel & Prisons