Saturday was a great day because we went to Windsor, a little town near London. We got there at around 11 o'clock in the morning.
Firstly, we visited Windsor Castle which is the oldest and largest inhabited castle in the world. Nowadays the Royal Family spends some weekends there.
When we first entered, we were lucky to see the change of guard. Although it was raining, it was really cool. Then we went to St. George's Chapel, which was built between 1475 and 1528 by Edward IV. It has been the location of many royal ceremonies, weddings and burials.
After that, we entered the State Apartments. It has lots of different rooms that kings and queens used many years ago: their bedrooms, dressing rooms, huge dining rooms and others. There was a room where everything was made of gold. In the halls you could see the old guards' knight shields everywhere.
We were provided audio guides with which we could listen to the history of each room and of the castle itself. It was just marvelous.
By Carmela Colomar and Catalina Ercole