British Actor, Writer, Lord of Dance, Prince of Swimwear & Blogger - NEVER reads Direct Messages
1713 days ago
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hope Del boy does'nt offer to clean it!
That's all very well - but why?
Very impressive room. Surprised that Hearst didn't buy it for San Simeon . . .
and more candles!!
Wonder how that would look in my sitting room?
It's perfect, it's how I imagined he woluld live, very dramatic :)
I'm surprised the Beckhams haven't bought it yet. I expect it's on their shopping-list ...
Gracious, isn't that lovely? It would look just precious in the dining room....... or maybe two would look better......
was ther last week Ludwig is a genious
Sometimes words come out before I can catch them - Good God Almighty! Haven't heard that in years. This picture inspired it.
All that blue, gold, and white--Chanukah--on steroids.
Dear me. That is quite a bit. Wouldn't a meeting of Ludwig I, Ludwig II, Wagner, and Lola Montez make a fascinating opera?
Reminds me of Cardiff Castle- same period and just as gilt and twiddly.
The word that springs to mind is "batshit." Also, as a working-class boy I can't help but wonder, who *cleans* that?
YOU, on the other hand, are looking completely delightful these days.
...thought it was rather restrained and tasteful myself :o)
loving "barkingness" - aren't words great;-)
Looks great. Must be great to go to places like this
wow O_o impressive :P
It can be lowered down to the ground for polishing and putting in candles. In times befor the electric lights were invented, chandeliers of this "Wattage" were necessary. Especially for a king's throne room, as this one.
Now I remember again how Ludwig II managed to ruin the bavarian economy during his reign. But at least he spend all the money on something enduring.
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