Ham House, a beautiful castle in the outskirt of London sandwiched between Twickenham and Richmond upon Thames, on a splendidly sunny Easter weekend. The beautiful and luxuriously decorated House was built by William Murray on the 1610 but mostly developed by his daughter Elizabeth and her second husband Duke of Lauderdale. The House boasts its rivalry with the most beautiful ones in Italy with the rich garden, maze and most of all looks upon the very sweet river Thames.
Whoever watched Downton Abbey may ask why such a life of a noble woman or man could be dedicated to the decoration and development of a House. Is it only a waste of time and energy to something trivial and furtile? Or does it have some noble reason looking after the house of your ancestors and by thus helping transfer some heritage to the generations that follow? We may need to know about our limit and what we can and cannot one day?