Sibson Inn Hotel
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... their kicks by self-punting. This brings us to the concept of bumper cars. Trust me, it can get worse than Los Angeles traffic and you better keep your fingers inside the punt if you want to keep them. All in all, it was great fun punting on the River Cam, enjoying the picturesque "Backs" and navigating under ...
Darryn and I went and played tennis on the Clare College grass courts. They hadn't been mowed in a while so the bounce was very unpredictable but still cool to play on grass. Had lunch with Olly down by the river watching all the punters go past. Heard lots of facts about Cambridge from the guides. Olly managed to get us into the Kings College church for free. Went and had some beers at Olly's bar in the ...
... the history. We enjoyed hot chocolate and scones in the cafe overlooking the 40 acre grounds. We were privy to a photo shoot with Dolly Parton in the grounds of Buckingham Palace, unbelievable. Chris, Ian & Bob spent the day at Duxford.
Buckingham Palace The Picture Gallery at Buckingham Palace, one of the 19 State Rooms, displays some of the greatest paintings in the Royal Collection. It ...
... we were both tired and Donna was hungry. Wouldn't advise anyone to make a special trip here though.
Stayed at the Travel Lodge which had a bigger bathroom than our one in London, which wouldnt have been hard however the bed was atrocious. Could feel the springs digging into my back and it sagged in the middle. Nothing like getting up close and personal with your sister. Folk in the ...
... the likes of Robert Graves, Bertrand Russell, Benjamin Britten, R. Vaughn Williams, Mary McCarthy, E. M. Forster, Aldous Huxley, John Masefield, Max Ernst, Henry Miller and Virginia Woolf.
But that was just the beginning.
Next, Kirsten brought Nancy another Kelmscott Press signed edition and brought me a box of handwritten lectures by Bertrand Russell, who I greatly admire both for his scholarly and ...