Henley Business School
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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... 2000 years ago it was used as a port to export Cornish tin. Around 495AD a French Abbott built a church and became an important religious place. It is said that four miracles occurred in a very short time adding to its importance. The highlight of the trip for me was our visit to Minack Theatre. What stunning views! Minack Theatre is an open air theatre built into the side of a cliff. It was carved into the cliff side 2000years ago where many Shakespeare performances were ...
... was arguably the least touristy thing we did in the whole 2 months. We only met 2 other travellers who had it on their itinerary, and it was with real excitement we flew flew from Cusco (the Andes being where the Amazon River rises from those same glaciers we saw on the Inca Trail) into Puerto Maldonado, which lies on the Peru's south eastern border with Bolivia. The excitement was aided by the descent to landing at Puerto Maldonado during which we were afforded views of ...