Kew has an amazing history- partially tied up with being the retreat George III and his wife Charlotte - at this time Kew was considered pretty rural.
It is also very much on the tourist map and features like 'The Japanese Garden' attract international visitors and their commentaries too,
|The second Kew Palace|
|A view of the Japanese Garden|
|A calm place amidst the hurly-burly.|
Another feature of the gardens are the structures which provide a time-line dating back to Victorian glory days there are modern Glass houses too.
|A modern Glass House|
|Not dropped in from outer space|
Generally I'm not too envious of other homes (or other items - if you aspire too much take a look at this Video from 'School of Life') but wouldn't mind living in the one below - convenient and with a balcony - quite something.
|It looks like a great place to live and on Kew Garden's doorstep.|
The other day I highlighted a figure who reminded me of my Dad, during this visit I saw a figure that made me think of my Mum.
|A reminder of Mum.|