We were saddened to hear of the death of Ronald Searle, the British satirical cartoonist whose spiky, spindly cartoons appeared in publications such as Punch and The New Yorker, but whose most vivid legacy -- in the UK at least -- will be his St. Trinian's series. Inveterate smokers, gamblers, floosies and troublemakers, the 'gals' attending this shambolic fictional boarding school survived Seales's attempts to blow them up with an atomic bomb. In a tribute to that corruptive and educationally bankrupt institution, here's our selection of former schools in which you're now welcome to sleep, eat, drink and be merry.
By Mark Smith, Condé Nast Traveler
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