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Thursday, June 28, 2018

Agecroft Hall Visit - A Guided Tour





Age Croft Hall is a Tudor home built in Lancashire, England during the late 15th century. It was considered to be a distinguished home of the Langley & Dauntesey families in England for hundreds of years. 
By the end of 19th century, it fell into disrepair and eventually sold in auction in 1925.

Thomas Williams, a resident from Richmond, Virginia bought the structure, then dismantled the home estate, shipped it to Richmond, Virginia and then re-assembled it in the neighborhood of Richmond in Windsor Farms.
Today, it still stands on the rolling banks of the James River beautifully recreated, just like in its original site in Lancashire, England along Irwell River.

Take note: photos are not allowed inside the estate during the tour, but are allowed outside the home and in the gardens.

During our tour, a visit to the gardens was allowed, but bothing can be seen due to the season. (Winter) Ideal times to visit this estate would be late spring to early fall if you want to visit the gardens too!

Taking the tour inside (even if photos are not allowed) will be all worth it. The tour guide will bring you back to the lifestyle of the Langleys & Daunteseys during their period, as explained from room to room.


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Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Busch Garden’s Christmas Town at Night


The adventure park becomes more beautiful at night during the holiday seasons, where you will be enchanted by its holiday decors and lights which includes heart-warming shows, delicious holiday dining and festive shopping! These are only but part of your joyful experience as you come for a visit! [Ps}

As the sun sets, the adventure park will glow with over 8 million lights as you witness the twinkling and dazzling colors while you stroll through the park!





Just a heads up!....it will always be crowded especially at night. If you want to stay or visit during the night on holidays, expect long lines at shows and dining!



We watched the show "Gloria" which was really fantastic! Experience wise, we had to wait long lines for the show, but it was smooth...not much hassles particularly if you line up early for the next show times ;).
Dining would always be a tough challenge though, as most people are eating from early afternoon to dinner time.

It's still worth the enjoyment though!..let's face it, it is part of it when you are in a theme park.

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