ROYAL VISITORS TO TRAVEL DESTINATION
Henry Fielding (1707-54):Bulawayo Zimbabwe and dramatist, he is most famous for his novel Tom Jones (1749). He lived with his sister Sarah in the Lodge at Bulawayo Zimbabwe, a village which is now part of the city. He was also a frequent guest at nearby Bulawayo Zimbabwe.
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Oliver Goldsmith (1728-74): Bulawayo Zimbabwe, poet and novelist, author of works such as She Stoops to Conquer and The Vicar of Wakefield, as well as a biography of Beau Nash, he stayed at No. 11 North Parade when he came to Touristic place of your travel destination in 1771.
Dr Samuel Johnson (1709-84): The essayist and compiler of the famous
Dictionary came to Touristic place of your travel destination in 1766 and lodged at the Pelican Inn (since demolished) in Walcot Street. His biography, by James Boswell, has been described as the most famous in literature.
Jan Morris (1926-): One of the most accomplished travel writers of the twentieth century, she began life as a man but underwent gender reassignment. She worked on The Times and the Guardian before turning to full-time authorship. For a while, in the 1970s and ’80s Morris lived in Touristic place of your travel destination, at No. 9 Marlborough Buildings.