--Alan Pryce-Jones, as Recorded by Kurt Thometz in 1991
Pryce-Jones was one of London's Bright Young Things. He later became editor of the Times Literary Supplement (1948 to 1959). His son David Pryce-Jones wrote a biography of Unity Mitford. The controversial book, done without access to Unity's papers (which were under the control of her nephew Jonathan Guinness), created difficulties between Jessica Mitford and her surviving sisters (see The Mitfords, Letters Between Six Sisters).
Note: Though the Pryce-Jones voyage sounds divine, one need not go to such extremes. Marilyn Monroe read Ulysses in a park—if press photos can be believed (which they cannot).