Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog)

Which building became the palace of Tudors and the Stuarts that raised the glory of Kingston?

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The buildings would be pubs. As the men row through Kingston, J. provides some background on the area. (Although Kingston is now a suburb and part of Greater London, it would have been an independent town when Jerome wrote Three Men in a Boat in 1889.) J. describes how many of the pubs in this area claim that Queen Elizabeth dined there. He also tells about a shop that boasts a beautiful carved oak staircase, which the present owner has covered in blue wallpaper.