Last week I went on a training course to Windsor and each afternoon, at the end of the work day, I got the opportunity to wander around Windsor and Eton in the glorious sunshine before I got my train back to Oxford.
Windsor is a very quaint and typically British city and is widely known as the site of Windsor Castle, one of the official residences of the British Royal Family. As you can imagine, with just a week to go until the Jubilee weekend, the town was covered in Union Jack bunting.
Windsor has a lovely selection of shops, cafes and restaurants, as well as being situated on the River Thames with boat trips available to nearby attractions such as Henley or Marlow. I’ll admit to having a Mr. Whippy (icecream cone to my non-UK readers) out in the sunshine as I soaked up the atmosphere of this very pretty town.
I actually took more photos of Eton High Street than Windsor itself, and I’ll post these over the weekend. I’ll also share with you photos of a couple of independent boutique tours ….