Buckingham Palace ‘stinks of p*ss’ and is ‘too chilly and busy’ say upset vacationers
Tourists visiting Buckingham Palace have prompted a stink – with one accusing the Royal family of smelling of urine.
Millions go to the enduring constructing yearly however many have left scathing scathing evaluations on the net website Trip Advisor. Some offended guests say they might by no means go to once more as a result of it smells dangerous, is just too chilly and too busy.
People come from everywhere in the world to see the residence and pay £32 throughout he summer time months to discover the State Rooms. One, going by the identify Petaling, who says they visited from Malaysia, final yr, mentioned: “Since we were in London, we thought it was something we had to do.
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“It was packed with people, hard to take a good photograph and smelt of urine outside. We will probably just visit once and that’s it.”
Another sad buyer from Melbourne visited in January and didn’t fee their go to, writing: “Happened to arrive at Buckingham Palace unintentionally as the changing of the guards began. It was so crowded and hard to get through.
“Unfortunately the sky was grey and rain pending so photos looked dreary…no beautiful flowers like the display photo on my visit.
“During the changing of the guards, the music was faint you could only hear bits of it…the crowd meant it was difficult to see what was happening until they moved outside the gates. We didn’t do a tour or go inside.”
Another customer, Dave from Wales additionally agreed the world was wanting shabby, including: “It has been many years since our last visit, and the difference was vast, it is now looking dated, and a bit grim, could do with a clean up.”
However, many would advocate the journey and the Palace has a 4.5 star score on the journey recommendation web site.
It follows the bombshell information that King Charles is affected by an as but undisclosed type of most cancers, many well-wishers took to social media to supply phrases of encouragement, with even Simon Dorante-Day, the person who claims to be King Charles’ secret son, providing his finest needs.
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