Longs Inn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... fresh strawberries, sugar and cream - something I really wanted to have while I was in England this summer. It's one of my all-time favourite puddings! I had the occasional strawberry in Ecuador but they were always slightly sour. Maybe because they have such a wide range of sweet, ripe and juicy tropical fruits, non-tropical fruit like strawberries aren't quite at the same level there and are actually better in a non-tropical country like the UK. (That's my theory, anyway.)
... to swindon and reuniting with the unofficial family there. It was so lovely to be back, a little strange but so nice to catch up with everyone. i get the feeling that when i return next time it will be very different!
Glastonbury was of course amazing, the highlight being Jack White, as well as Stromae, Scroobious Pip and White lies. It may be my last year there for a while, so i made the most of it and visited many of the smaller stages and saw some random ...
... my left arm in one sweaty hand and a prescription for approximately 786 malaria tablets in the other.
Ah yes malaria, the literal bugbear of any traveller to Africa. First of all you have to wrestle with the initial decision between remortgaging your house to pay for the extortionately expensive but relatively side-effect free option of Malarone; answering a series of increasingly detailed questions on your mental state to get mid-range Lariam; or risking 3rd ...
... again but well worth the visit, the food was also amazing. We then headed into town to go check out Buckingham palace, once again crazy busy full of tourists. The queen was home but too rude to make an appearance. James and I headed to southbank to catch up with his friends Noemi, Jen and Gavin and Sarah was lucky enough to have free tickets to a concert with her cousin. Sunday (8th) was amazing!! Headed into town early to begin our 6 day london pass, Sarah just had one day ...
... World War, the family turned parts of the grounds into military hospitals. During the second World War they billeted Wrens working at the code breaking center at Bletchley Park. The Abbey has some interesting connections to the monarchy. Charles I was here as a prisoner and was interviewed here by Oliver Cromwell. The Safari Park was added to the estate in 1970 as an effort to bring in more money and preserve the estate.
There were supposed to be thunderstorms today, ...