Hilton Newbury Centre
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One of the comfiest beds I've slept in!
Staff are superb!
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... tea and scones and a walk through the grounds and gardens. As a farewell I received a gift bag with her book about Highclere and some assorted goodies.
The boys returned to retrieve me and we had a short picnic near one of the "follies" on the grounds. A wonderful birthday with beautiful weather and amazing vistas!
Off we go to ...
... immaculate and very pretty. Inside the castle was very overwhelming, just to much stuff for one family. Gold and war items that were "gifts" (taken off a king after being killed pretty much) were everywhere. There was just so much to take in. Then we moved to the creepy gift shop, filled with random photos of the royals ...
... and foods were a major category in which we found differences that were unexpected.
I'm still trying to learn the difference between a parsnip, turnip, and a swede (which to me is a person from Sweden, not a root vegetable). I think I've gotten good with the language remembering to ask for "mince" and not "hamburger" and a "salad" is probably something with mayonnaise or "salad creme" rather than a good ole bunch of lettuce ...
... an angel, obviously. They are the cutest little nuggets in the world. Dad said that Brody hated his costume and Bella would have worn it all day. Bella just likes to be pretty and get pampered, so I'm really not surprised by that at all. I have no idea what the game plan is for today, hopefully something relaxing and warm. It's really cold here for some reason. It was so nice last week and now this week it is freezing cold. I do not ...
... the big yard with Wiz, the landlord's horse. With the spacious house, big yards, great schools and good community it's no surprise the Conneens have really enjoyed their time here in England.
We head into Windosor for lunch at Riverhouse. Martin and I order the Sunday Roast Beef which seems like the right thing to do in this situation, and we all take our time working through lunch. The weather is perfect, ...