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UKtrip p13: Hampton Court & Textile Conservation CenterPage 13; 1999 UK/Paris Costume Tour Pictures

Day 3: Boat Excursion to Hampton Court Palace & TextileConservation Studio

Take a soothing boat excursion up river to , builtby Cardinal Wolsey, inhabited by Henry VIII, and several succeeding Tudor and StuartMonarchs. Hampton Court retains most of it’s Tudor and Stuart architectural features,as well as extensive period gardens, including one of the finest mazes in England.Costumed guides lead tours through the entire interior of the palace, which is full ofwonderful Stuart portraits of Charles II’s female favorites, period furniture, andgood ghost stories. We will also be seeing The Textile ConservationStudiolocated there. Since the fascinating gardens are open until much later than the last boatreturn, we will return by train after a picnic dinner, weather permitting. Evening free.

PALACES,TOWER OF LONDON,HAMPTON COURT,KENSINGTON,BANQUETING HOUSE,KEW.OFFICIAL GUIDE.

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Tara Breaks out the Bridal Bubbles for the boat ride:

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This is followed by the Great Crayola Model Magic pin design olympics andadventures in nail enamel..

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Textile Conservation Studio

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The Palace

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A tour guide, dressed as a gentleman of the reign of William III, copes nobly withbeing asked to pose for rows of tourists in the heat in his wool coat and wig.

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After our train return to London, Part of the group wanders from PicadillyCircus...

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....through Soho....and East to Angel's & Berman's Costumers, before ending upin Covent Garden for dinner. At Angel's there is a "Mod" fashion windowdisplay in honor of the opening of Austin Powers' The Spy Who Shagged Me

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