We’ve been to London last week with business. We’ve decided to make the journey into a longer trip. After London we stopped at Windsor and in another wonderful location I’m going to blog about these days.
I saw Windsor Castle last year and I wanted to stop again. The lawn seemed the perfect place to take some pictures with the dog and for a short walk. The short walk turned into a hour and 10 minutes walk, as it was sunny and warm and we had to take a lot of pictures. The horse statues were too nice to miss too.
It was busier than I was expecting in a weekday. The town was full of tourists, I would love to visit the Castle, but we have to go when is not that crowded.
Relaxing on the bench… because he was very tired with all the running and the walking.
He finally found a stick. Is not his usual size, but it was big enough to play with it. Obviously, there aren’t big branches on the lawn near Windsor Castle, the official residence of Her Majesty the Queen. Most people think that the official residence is Buckingham, but in fact is Windsor. I use to believe the same thing a few years ago.
I saw the statue with the horses and I wanted a picture with Festus near it. This sculpture was unveiled for HRM the Queen on her diamond jubilee, 60th anniversary of her coronation.
Festus was a little unsure of the big horses that looked exactly like a horse, but without any specific smell. He saw some horses before, but never got the chance to interact with them. I can’t convince hubby that we can buy a horse, for fun or if the car breaks down.
Here he was reaching up to sniff them better.
Finally he stood still for a picture. That was the plan from the start.