Royal Park Guest House
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... day they looked very orderly -- as were the secret plans that kept Hughenden safe from German bombs in the '40s.
I met Avis over 25 years ago when we were both teaching at Trevelyan Middle School in Windsor. Another long and rich friendship!
Later, lunch at the Thatched Tavern in Ascot with uncle Michael and Sue... always a treat in any season.
Washington Earth Sangha friends, Ewen and Cynthia, visited for a day on a short trip from ...
... hour flight, but it was probably the best flight I've ever had! Once we landed, it took forever to get through passport control, but once I was through I collected my bag almost immediately and made my way through to arrivals. I saw mum, gave her a big hug and started to cry! It was so good to see her and I was happy to be home, despite leaving all the adventure ...
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What a long day! Did some significant traveling today and I am SO exhausted. But it was all worth it! Today I had another early start as I booked a tour to see some of the sights in the western England counties of Wiltshire and Somerset. My tour was through a smaller company and thus, the bus was much smaller than the tour I had taken to Canterbury/Dover. In total we had 13 people on the tour and most ...
... before the bombs hit, and they are original.
Our final experience for the day was a river cruise 30 minutes up the river and back to a town called Bathhampton where we were meant to see wildlife and lovely scenery for our £8 each. Well, it was nice to be off our feet and eat some crisps we got at the supermarket but the scenery was very plain, ducks and swans are pretty common and a quick turnaround at Bathhampton which has a ...
... the full museum. I found the museum tiring simply because the lighting is dim and the rooms are warm, but that should not take away from the expereince itself. It is full of rich and educational information, and if you are someone who loves to learn (like me) you will definitely enjoy it.
That night we had dinner at West Gate, with some other international friends we had made back at Exeter. Good pub food, and nice atmosphere. Great for an easy dinner. ...