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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... was begun in 1515 by Cardinal Wolsey and taken off him by Henry VII in 1529. It was used as the royal palace until the end of George II's reign in 18th Century. We went through the Tudor section of the palace and then the Hanovarian section. It was quite lavish although a lot of the furniture was missing.
Anita and I went through the famous Hampton Court Palace Maze. It was created for King William and Queen Mary in 1690. We stuck to the rule of keeping the maze wall to ...
... to yet and Mammy and Daddy went to a pub called the Horse and Hounds. The park was amazing! There was lots of things to go on and because it was around 6:00 there was barely anyone there. In addition, there was a lot of things for older kids making it a lot more fun for them! When they had finished at the park, they went back to the Horse and the Hound to meet Mammy and Daddy.
Today was our first full day at Broadway and we were very excited to get exploring. After a little lie-in, we all got up and the girls had Pain au Chocolats for breakfast.
At about 10 o'clock, we decided to go into Broadway. We all got dressed and prepared to go out. After the short stroll into the village centre, we decided that Mammy, Daddy and Charlie would walk up to "Broadway tower ...
... worth it. By the time we got back to the balcony most everyone had left, so we hung out for a bit longer and then headed back to the Pembroke program office to watch the Germany/Algeria World Cup game. The USA plays tomorrow night, and we're all debating on how/where/with what food we should watch the match.
Eventually more people joined us over at the Program Office, so there was a full crowd, as it should be - myself, Adam, ...
... switch for the Weekender. It was more wrangling of students and directing classes. Some of the teachers still weren't following the program plan, so I spent a lot of time moving classes around the quad. In between I chatted with some of the teachers who were in the right place, including Will, one of the Philosophy teachers. I also chatted with Julie, the other Creative Writing teacher, about JCB's Books that Cook class and her thesis that recipes and ...