Henley Business School
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... into the sunshine. Pam's place is a relatively short walk from the Thames so we set off down the back streets of Hammersmith to head for the park. A beautiful day, sun shining, birds chirping and enough wind to blow the cobwebs away. Bishop's Park has some great play equipment and Bronte and Flynn spent a happy hour climbing over the monkey bars and sliding down the slippery dip before spinning out on the swing. Long before Ian had even got home from ...
Jill produced a wonderful lunch and afterwards we moored up again. Mike and the girls stayed behind to play in the meadow, while Tim, Alison and the others returned to the Steward's Enclosure for iced coffees and more people-watching.
Back on the boat later, Matthew Beesley (Tim's brother) turned up and we all sat and relaxed, after an embarassingly decadent, but very enjoyable day.
... day and even has a horse running in the Gold Cup. We go on Ladies Day which is as much about the clothes as it is about the horses. As we arrive we see nothing but ladies in dresses, hats and heels, and men in top hats and tails. Allen is a little nervous as he is wearing a sport coat, slacks and no tie! Not to worry. We are in the Silver Ring, not the Grandstand and he is dressed perfectly. My dress, hat ...
... outside of Paris. Now about ½ of it is open to the public but the current Duke keeps 42 private rooms!
In addition there are some special exhibits, one on John Churchill and the Battle of Blenheim, one on Winston Churchill and one on the family, staff and the palace and their roles during WWI. Outside the grounds are amazing. There are several gardens and a Capability Brown park ...
... before the huge flood that devastated the area in 2004. Three rivers feed into the area from deep valleys. In August 2004 300mm of rain fell every hour for five hours leading to huge floods to the small town. The town has been rebuilt in the 10 years. All building have been built as they were before the floods. For lunch here we had delicious Cornish pasties! Out last night for the tour was spent in Bath. In the morning of the fifth and last day, I went to the Roman Baths. ...