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The weather has been perfect for several days -- quite chilly at night, but great for walking or just enjoying tea & scones at any one of the cafes where outdoor seating prevails on The Mall.  Even jumpers were shed as the June sunshine encouraged visitors out-of-doors -- many taking in the Regional Historical Museum. (12June)
We stopped in at the Hawkesbury Wedding Centre on George Street and not surprisingly, a beautiful bride-to-be was being fitted in a most lovely gown. It's amazing how a bridal setting evokes such emotional feelings in most of us -- very special moments and we always wish the best for the couple. 
Though parking is at a premium on the Sunday Mall Markets, always look down to Terrace Street next to Howe Park for (unlimited hours) parking. You'll also find an easy walk along the Hawkesbury beginning at Howe Park -- great for kids.
If you have found an interesting activity (that we have missed) in Windsor, leave us a comment and your details. We'll get in touch and we'll be back next week.

 

Welcome to Windsor 2010 -- the 200th celebration of  the naming of this historic village! This is the initial entry of the Windsor Blog. We'll post once a week some new tidbit that will help you find your way to Windsor. The print Guide: Historic Windsor Guide is distributed throughout Sydney and while in Windsor, you can also find copies.

MAY 2010: The weather has cooled down (quite chilly some nights) and Windsor Mall was beautiful last week after a hard rain. Autumn leaves covered the Mall in layers and on a windless day, pre-school kids ran through the leaves squealing and laughing as kids world-wide have done for decades.

Three new shops opened on George Street in May -- it's exciting to see new faces and interesting quality items. The Sunday Mall Crafts Markets were abuzz today (30/5) as the weather was dry and warm and shoppers paraded back and forth between stalls. Autumn veggies were plentiful and, a new crop of oranges and mandarins have arrived from Castlereagh.

See you in Windsor soon? Leave us a comment or question if there is some fact (or fiction) on your mind.  Cheers.