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... stores which was one of my favorite parts. We wanted to check out the English covers of all of the famous books that we love. It was interesting to see... they really are different covers here.
After making our way to the gardens and to the end of our walking tour, Shannon felt that it would be a good idea to pay someone to allow us to walk up 99 steps (all about 1 foot wide in ...
... than we'd hoped and ended up driving to Banbury late in the afternoon. The traffic was pretty heavy, and complicated. In one 10 mile section of road we had to negotiate 15 major roundabouts. Sometimes here they do double roundabouts, and the GPS has a problem keeping up. It gets a bit scary then.
Overpasses seem only to be built on motorways, and everywhere else it's roundabouts.
We stayed in the Horse and Groom inn near Banbury, which is a 15th century ...
... of the actual village, and very quaint. Stopped in Oxford to have a wander around, the place was full of young people - students, and bicycles!
Found a B & B called The Old Forge which was quirky. We shared a family room and Jenn and Denn had a bed in a nook and it was a little short!
Went to dinner at a thatched pub called The Wagon and Wheels which was built in the 1600s and was featured in 'Pickwick ...
... thank you to Jess Tyers and Hannah Nicholas for a great send off at none other than my beloved Purple Turtle last night, my dad for his excellent present of a new Oxford United t-shirt and thank you to everyone who has left me kind supportive messages, I really do love you all. So, this is where we part. Hopefully you'll hear from me soon Down Under. Until then, hasta luego y adios! <3
... a bite with our drinks because we had not eaten all day. Finally I had a chance to get some fish and chips; Lauren settled for a bowl of chili.
There is no better way to enjoy fried cod and fried potato wedges than to wash it down with some cold beer, so I tired a few different English bitters with my meal. Since Lauren isn't the worlds biggest beer fan, she found a couple of ciders she enjoyed.
We met two British guys that were sitting at our table and ...