Donnington Grove Hotel and Country Club
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... teachers we took the wide path to the River Isis which feeds the Thames. We saw our first squirrel on the path but it was chased off by some kids (obviously not under parent control) before we got close enough to see it properly. We watched families punting along the Isis and came across the Botanical Gardens. Went into the Gardens and found a very quiet squirrel which we were able to photograph and get quite close to. ...
... Are only open during the week. Now before dad came over here he swore that he would clean cook and plan everything. Well he's good at cleaning and cooking but less so at planing. Let's just say mums not letting him book (ruin) our next holiday. We decided to keep moving as there was still lots of light left. 30 min later he finds this wonderful spot and we head over to registration and no one was there. It was just a machine. That was alright until A. We needed a special camp card and ...
... of The Library, the gilded panels and silk embroideries of The Music Room, the impressive vaulted ceiling of The Saloon, and a mighty Van Dyck portrait in the Dining Room of King Charles I on horseback. Pat particularly enjoyed the staircases and The Saloon, all of which had featured prominently in nearly every episode of 'Downton Abbey'.
For me though, the highlights were the gardens. The Monks' Garden stands ...
... that looked really appealing... Maybe when we come back mid-april...
We are forever grateful to our friends for letting us stay in their very comfortable and "posh" apartment as they left for the United States only 2 days after our arrival due to an earlier than anticipated event for Sam. None of this would have had the same "flavor" had we not stayed here as we lived among the british and not in a impersonal old hotel around. Thank you Sam, thank you ...
... 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 ...