We thank Denise Nesbitt, who created ABC, and we must thank Roger too for the weekly job to find ten bloggers for each of the ABC Team members to visit and to read their posts. We are beginning to find another round for all the 26 letters of the alphabet. This will be now the letter G.
In the previous posts I have used words which were linked with travelling by plane, which I have been doing a lot this year.
Of course there are other gates, which are far more beautiful. They don't give access to a plane, but most of the time they are movable frames, which open or close an opening in a fence or wall around an estate or park. And they are sometimes very beautiful.
St. John's College, Cambridge.
Wikipedia says: "A gate, or gatehouse, is an area of an airport that provides a waiting area for passengers before boarding their flight. While the exact specifications vary from airport to airport and country to country, most gates consist of seating, a counter, an aircraft entry or exit doorway, and a jet bridge."
The Dutch Palace Het Loo, built by King William III
and Queen Mary of Great-Britain.