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Final Resting Place of King Richard III Found in Car Park in Leicester, England

Here’s the scoop! Academics and archeologists have been focused on following all the historic clues to the whereabouts of the final resting place of England’s Kind Richard III and their efforts paid off in Leicester, (pronounced Lester) England.  From the information  that had been gathered, someone painted a large letter “R” on the asphalt in a local car park (what we would call a parking lot) to indicate that that R was the spot where King Richard would be found. While I though it might have been a notation by someone trying to reserve the spot, I am assured by locally born and raised Aatin Anadkat, director, owner, founder, genius behind the vision and implementation of Hotel Maiyango in Leicester, that someone in the know marked the site where King Richard would be found. And, indeed, he was. You’ll see Hotel Maiyango above where their on-hold telephone message and their website promote their “King Richard Hotel Packages” especially since they are barely a few hundred yards from the excavation of Richard’s final resting place.

If you want to catch up on a bit of British history and rest much more comfortably than the king, himself, try Hotel Maiyango. They seem to be doing it all right there!  You can hear an interview I did with Hotel Maiyango’s Aatin Anadkat at the archived audio and show notes for my radio show Travelers411 that aired on May 25, 2014. This link will take you to those show notes and you’ll find Aatin’s interview in HOUR 2! You’ll have the inside scoop and it’s worth a listen!

The remains of Britain’s King Richard III unearthed in a car park within yards of Hotel Maiyango in Leicester, England! DNA testing has proved that the skeleton shown here is, in fact, that of King Richard III. He’d be so much more comfortable if he could only check into Hotel Maiyango!

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