BEST WESTERN West Grange Hotel
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Our last day!! Where has this week gone?! We packed up our things and indulged in the last of those delicious breakfasts. We thanked Clive and Julie for a truly terrific stay and departed onto Newbury where we intended to visit Highclere Castle also known for many as Downton Abbey.
Of course, nothing is ever straight forward and the motorway we needed was closed meaning that we had to drive all the way to Reading and come back around to Newbury. It was a ...
... I had stupidly packed the little limoncello bottles I'd bought as gifts in my cabin baggage, thinking that since I'd have to declare them as alcohol in Sydney it would be easier. Of course Rome security had other ideas and confiscated them. Beyond security we then got to queue again for a bus to take us to our gate in Terminal G. Finally made it to the gate terminal with only 20 minutes to spare before boarding. Between freeway traffic jams, wrong car ...
... murmur coming from the 4 Rolls Royce Trent engines, each with the diameter of a Boeing 737 and more thrust than Tom Jones in 1967!! STATUS REPORT 1445: A nasty bout of turbulence strikes! My god if we were in a small plane it would be awful. We are being buffeted about and trust me it takes some doing with a plane this size. If you are reading this please make sure Monty is looked after.............we have set up an account in his name.........its been ...
... the actual site and you are transported there bus. When you arrive you actually wonder if you are at the right place as there is no sign of the rock formation. I suppose it stops people from taking a photo from a distance and not paying an entry fee. We did the usual touristy thing, took photos from all angles. It is an amazing structure. Tonight we are staying in Windsor for our final night of the UK ...
... in 1987 plus some 60 remarkably accurate wall paintings and replicas. Such things as an ancient mummy, a sarcophagus and even Tut's gold funerary mask have been convincingly recreated. There's even a wall with postbox-like flaps, through which you can peer to see a replica of Tutankhamun's tomb as Carter and Lord Carnarvon found it, dark, dusty and piled high with treasure.
We enjoyed the house itself - the ...