Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Tea at Trianon: Priest Holes in English Houses

We interrupt this blogging about Jean Auel's series to send you over to Tea at Trianon: Priest Holes in English Houses.

You know how I love history from different times and places and blogs about them. Thus it will come as no surprise that I stumbled across this blog and fell in love...and I haven't read one of her books yet!

Wait till you see the travel tea case Marie-Antoinette carried!

For those of us who a) will probably not be going to England or b) probably would not have the time to visit and see all the priest holes, you have to read the entire posting (it will take you to another) where you will see not only stills but videos of them as well as get some good historical information along the way!

Go quickly my friends and enjoy yourselves as much as I!

1 comment:

dolphin said...

Excellent link, and as I a)live in England, and will until my husband retires in 2 more years,then we will finish our geriatric OE (name of my blog if you are interested) and head home to NZ. And b) definately won't have tme to visit all of them. Would be nice to give it a go though. More things to add to our 'must visit' list.
Love your blog by the way and will be adding myself to your list of followers