Newbury Manor Hotel
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... br> Today was my day off, but I got up early anyway because I wanted to make sure I started my journey in plenty of time to get to the castle and enjoy the day. I took the train from Oxford to Reading and then on to Newbury, and from Newbury it is a 10-15 minute cab ride to the castle. I love the British rail system. Some people over here complain about it, but compared to the US system it is so convenient and quick. Reading is a very large station (think ...
... 163;4 for a bowl of porridge just a bit much. A cup of tea was £4.55. ( that is $8.25). I don't mind though because the room is very comfortable, the staff pleasant and the location is brilliant. They just charge for everything. I am here for two nights before I move on to Bath. I watched some gardening shows that were familiar but different, and BBC news for a chance to acknowledge what the rest of the world was up to. Not everyone can be on a great adventure, like ...
... George's chapel, the home of the Order of the Garter, an honour bestowed directly by the Queen. This is lovely, and while I remember it is worth mentioning how good the audio guide is - lots of very interesting information but at he same time not too much detail. We sat down and listened (as per the instructions) and then wandered around. When we were looking at the choir stalls which display the coats of arms of the people who ...
... I headed to Newbury in search of tickets for the fireworks. They celebrate burning to death a Catholic man who tried to destroy the Houses of Parliament way back when. Now they celebrate with fires and fireworks and sometimes the burn a thing that's supposed to represent the man who tried to destroy the Houses of Parliament. Strange holiday if you ask me. We wondered around the shops do Newbury and ended up taking a walk down by ...
... day. We said our goodbyes to the Bean family and drove up to Legoland. Traffic near Legoland was really busy, so it took us longer to get there than I had hoped. Once there, we queued for half an hour just to get in. Once we did get in, it was incredibly busy. Last time we went, it was June and the English kids were still in school. This time it was the end of July and it seemed as ...