Tuesday 15 May 2018


Yesterday I left you rushing down the 
Looooong corridor 
to go out for a potty...

This is where you go....on the cobbles,
in the sunshine
Yay, the sun came out fur our trip

But, can you see that big lamp up there?

Look behind it...

And now can you see the bridge?

This is the corridor you rush down for your potty...

Oh yes

And this is what you see from the inside

Those Victorians sure knew how to do architecture

And though the Arch window you see

That's Eurostar!!!!

Further along, another bridge and window....

And a view of the reception area

In Ye Olde Days....
This is where your carriage drew up 
The building to the right is the Ticket Office
Yes, the actual Ticket Office fur trains!
All very posh stuffs

Its a lovely restaurant now
Still with the original ticket counter
Butt, *sigh* its the ONLY place in the Hotel 
Princess Pups aren't allowed
(although this Princess, of course, used to sneak through there, hehe)

Loves and licky kisses
Princess Leah


  1. it is a wonderful place... and I'm glad that it is still there... it would be sad if such a gem had to go for a modern train crib...
    btw: hiss at the eurostar please they still have their anti dog pawlicies...

  2. Hari OM
    Oh me oh my... what a wonderfurs, magical building!!! of course, fit for royalty... hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

  3. Dearest Leah that is one Posh Pup Potty Path!!
    WOW with chandeliers and cobble stone and arches and OMCS.....
    I'm so happy your and your Dad took your sweet mum there for her bday. Thank you for the photos Dad of Madi will enjoy these too.
    Hugs madi your bfff and Mom

  4. It's beautiful, and historical.
    Thank goodness it's all been restored.
    Was there a special plot of grass to do
    your personal business?
    xo Astro

  5. oh no, not a sneaky princess.. BOL.... what a super duper view from that long hall haul to the potty... beautiful

  6. Wow! What an amazing place!

  7. What a beautiful place you visited, Leah!!! We hope you didn't get so distracted by all the beautiful things to see that you forgot to go potty:)

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  8. A gorgeous walk....but a bit long when you have to 'go'!

  9. Wow, that place is amazing! We know your hoomins enjoyed their stay, and it's purrfect that you got to go too.

  10. oooh Princess you are a lucky pup, what a lovely place to stay and all that sightseeing :-)

  11. There should be no place off limits to a Princess!

    Stopping by for a visit!

    Murphy & Stanley

  12. What a beautiful place. We hope your journey out for potty breaks wasn't too long.

  13. Wow, Princess Leah, thanks for that great tour. What a wonderful place to see.Thanks for all those great pictures. Glad you are having such a good time.

  14. Wow! What a gorgeous corridor to cruise down in search of a place to potty. It is absolutely lovely.

  15. That is a lovely spot. You are right about Victorian architecture. Just stunning. Either the Victorian dogs had great control of their functions or went to the street a lot. We think the latter is true

  16. WOWSA!!!! OMD, gurl, you sure knows how to lives it up! Ma is all gaga overs that beautiful palace! I thinks I would loves to do zoomies up that FABulous corridor!!! heheheee (just call me the 'American Princess' and all that comes with it...BOL!!!! )
    Anyhu, it sure looks like you and your peeps travel in STYLE!
    Ruby ♥

  17. My goodness! what a beautiful place!!
    Hazel & Mabel

  18. I'd sneak into da restaurant too!

  19. That's a LONG way to have to walk to go potty!
    What a beautiful place, though!

  20. I hope you found the bathroom, Leah. Did you ask to use the one in the restaurant?

  21. hello princess leah its dennis the vizsla dog oh hay wow that shoor is a luvly bilding but wow thats a long way to go to go potty!!! i hav a door rite in the bedrum ware i sleep and theez days eeven that is sumtimes too far for me!!! if yoo no wot i meen!!! ha ha ok bye

  22. That is so cool! Thanks for taking us along with you to see!