Hilton Newbury Centre
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One of the comfiest beds I've slept in!
Staff are superb!
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I was sat in Science which just so happened to be the last lesson of the school day. I kept checking the clock every two minutes but the time seemed to just drag and that one hour lesson felt like forever! So finally it hit 15:10 and as the pupils raced to their buses I raced to the staff room to grab my bag and jump in my car and head for Chester …
... when I visited!).
2) Oliver Cromwell arrested and executed James I in Newbury. Three years later, Cromwell himself was also executed there.
3) There is a WWII B52 bomber airfield just outside Newbury. It is no longer in use. The building that served as its headquarters is now an international school.
4) Andrew Lloyd Webber's estate is across the street from Highclere.
5) The road leading from Newbury to Highclere was built on top of an old Roman ...
... to see people that much older out on a Saturday night, but hey if they want to go out with loud obnoxious college students, they might as well. The nightlife is different than in France and I have no way of comparing it to home since I'm underage. We just bopped around to different clubs because they were all just in the center and like 2 steps away. I can't wait to go back to France and hear all the French when I go out. Oh how I miss ...
... the home to some of the rarest books and collections in the world. Today was just a taster for next week, learning about some of the famous Old Etonians who have gone on to world re-known as writers and poets. As you can see from the photo, the room was quite warm, we had been out all day and some of us were a little more tired than others!
Just before supper there was time for our official Eton Summer School photo together with Toby, our Housemaster, Charlie ...
... minutes, and then go and get some lunch." So said Harris, from Jerome K. Jerome’s Three Men in a Boat (1889). The tourists he led into the Maze subsequently got lost for hours.
That’s the end of London. While I did a lot, there is so much I have left to do and see there. I definitely have to return. And if I haven’t said yet, Londoners are the absolutely nicest and most polite people. Go London!!
Next stop Salisbury.