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The Ebrington Arms in Gloucestershire. Nobody knows exactly when The Ebrington Arms was built but most guesses are around 1640. The building was thought to originally be a a large dwelling or farmhouse but the building has spent most of its life as a public house. Whatever its origins it’s definitely always been the hub of village life, set in stunning countryside by the village green of Erbington.
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The Boston area is known for some eclectic fine dining, from Menton’s small plates, to the award-winning excellence at O Ya (which the New York Times named the best restaurant outside New York), but it’s not all about fine, waterfront dining. Sometimes you’re just in the mood to eat some thick, creamy New England clam chowder from a greasy-spoon diner.
Wellington College in Berkshire, England. Queen Victoria laid the foundation stone in 1856 and it was built as a national monument to the Duke of Wellington. One of England's top public schools (private) it has educated George Orwell, Sir Christopher Lee, Sebastian Faulks, James Hunt and many more persons of note