London Canal Museum: One of Best Places to Visit in London.
12 – 13 New Wharf Road, Kings Cross, London.
Definitely one of Suzi Love’s favorite London Museums.Continue reading →
Riding For Ladies During the Regency and Early Victorian years.
From 1850 Hints To Horsekeepers By Henry William Herbert via Google Books (PD150)Continue reading →
Carriages and Wagons Regency To Early Victorian. From 1850 Hints To Horse keepers By Henry William Herbert.
via Google Books (PD150)Continue reading →
Regency Sporting Life
by Robert Cruikshank via Google Books
Races, bowls, sailing, fox hunting… all the sports enjoyed by people in Regency Era.Continue reading →
Christmas Crackers And Their Fascinating History
First made in 1850 by a London sweet maker called Tom Smith who decided it would a fun idea if his sweets and toys opened with a crack when their fancy wrappers were pulled in half.Continue reading →
I love finding out the tradition behind some of the things we do and say at Christmas, don’t you? So I am going to do a series of posts this week covering lots of the historical aspects of our celebrations. Why
we say things, why we do things, and why we use things to decorate our houses.