The Tudor Hall Restaurant promises a unique & beautiful dining experience for its guests who can look forward to mouth-watering creations and excellent service set in a warm and welcoming ambiance. 🌷 #kinggeorgeathens#tudorhall#theluxurycollection
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Finally visited Tudor Hall, home of the Booth family, including Junius (actor and patriarch), Edwin (greatest actor of his day), and John Wilkes (actor and assassin). Beautifully organized and fascinating museum. #tudorhall#maryland#familydysfunction#historynerd
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Rufford Old Hall in Lancashire was built in about 1530 for Sir Robert Hesketh.
Shakespeare performed in the Great Hall when he was a young man. In about 1580, the young playwright had been sent, by his Stratford schoolmaster, to be an assistant teacher in the household of Alexander Hoghton at Lea Hall near Preston, and the "Wilim Shakeshaft nowe dwellynge with me", referred to by Hoghton in his will, is almost certainly Shakespeare. In his will Hoghton, who died in 1581, bequeathed to Sir Thomas Hesketh his musical instruments and "playe clothes". By about 1585 Shakespeare had joined a company of players and there is evidence that a "William Shakeshaft" (a common version of Shakespeare's name) was a youthful member of the "Hesketh Company of Players" who visited Rufford in about 1585. The date coincides with Shakespeare's absence from Stratford-on-Avon following a bout of deer-stealing from Charlecote Park.
The hall, which survives intact from the 1550s, has five bays, and a hammerbeam roof. The five hammerbeams each terminate, at both ends, in a carved wooden angel. The hall is overlooked by a quatrefoil squint in an arched doorway in the second-floor drawing room. A free-standing, carved wooden screen made of bog oak in the Great Hall probably dates from between 1530 and 1540. It’s described by Pevsner as being "of an exuberance of decoration matched nowhere else in England", and is the only known surviving example from the first half of the 16th century.
The restaurant's menu praises the use of fresh seasonal vegetables and raw materials; the menu is being continuously updated, due to the consistence with the seasonal produce.#tudorhall @kinggeorgeathens #greekcuisine#greekfood#foodie
Let’s go back to my days in #Athens , my memories and recommendations. The reality is I am still tasting the delightful dishes I tasted, now time to burn calories at the gym 🤐 .
Hoy nos vamos a #Atenas mis mejores recuerdos y recomendaciones en mi web! Aún saboreando la rica gastronomía griega y quemando calorías como loca en el gym 🤣💪🏽