Legacy Rose & Crown Hotel
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... to the Cheam Governors who offered me a sabbatical five years ago; it took a while for me to accept but it was worth the wait! Secondly, to Tom Haigh, my deputy, for running the school in my absence, to my secretary Jane SL and all the Cheam team who will have been as brilliant as ever. Their peace is nearly over! Thirdly, I want to thank all the agencies, drivers, guides, representatives and hotel staff who made it all so special on a ...
... about pilgrimage that makes such places more important. I saw the beautiful spire of the lovely 13th century Salisbury Cathedral today, which was built in just 40 years instead of the normal 400 or 500 years for so many cathedrals. It is taller--tallest church spire in England, by the way, elegant and quite something--and in some ways more impressive than Canterbury, and it is the pride ...
... here! But that interesting fruit fact is not why Windsor was chosen as a destination. The lure of Legoland was simply too strong to resist. What a great day! Beautiful sunshine and happy kids meant that despite the horrendous crowds, everyone had a brilliant time. London was next and we spent 4 sun soaked days exploring the sights. Long walks through the city streets and Hyde Park, playing in the Princess Diana Memorial Playground ...
... First let me say this: Thank goodness for GPS! Without, we
would be lost somewhere in England and it would have been super great knowing
all of you for the short time that we did. I would also like to say that if I
never see another roundabout in my entire life I will be just fine with it
(also unfortunate since I have to drive through two roundabouts to get to my
own home in the States. However, they are both actually ROUND and they ...
... plotted a couple of runs out, and realised that they were way to far and as it was, he was surprised at how short 8kms ended up being. On my final day in Salisbury, Phil took me to Stonehenge followed by the tour of the Salisbury Cathedral Spire. I've included photos and commentary. I think the tour of the cathedral was one of my highlights of my trip as it was one of 2 cathedrals that inspired Ken Follet to write Pillars of the Earth - one of my favourite books. While I ...