Hilton Newbury Centre
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One of the comfiest beds I've slept in!
Staff are superb!
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... 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 ...
... we can take a short cut and I smartly said ok. And long story short he got us lost and he said if we keep the road to the left we will be heading the right way. And let's just say we went there for a 10 k walk and ended up doing 15. And the funny thing is he did the exact same thing the next day. Helen I have never driven to school in the dark before, but today I did. My ...
... 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 ...
... unable to go inside due to royal business, the outdoor grounds, gardens and shops make it a worthwhile visit. Outside the castle there are also monuments, churches and historic buildings to explore, including a large Queen Victoria statue and a hand-painted phone booth of William and Kate to commemorate their marriage in 2011.
Enjoy! See you for Chapter 2...Roman Baths and Stonehenge!
... mini crown jewels. We then got to tour the state apartments. You first walk in and see all the arms and guns decorated all over the walls. You then walk though several dining rooms, drawing rooms and bed rooms.
After the castle tour we ate at a little english cafe, I got sausage and mash apparently a very british dish. Then we headed down to the little river where we fed some swans, they bit a lot but nothing that hurt just a bit frightening