Address: 60 Oxford Road, Banbury, Oxfordshire, England, OX16 9AN, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 60 Oxford Road, Banbury, is near Broughton Castle and Oxford Canal.
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    Travel Blogs from Banbury

    A Day at the A&E

    A travel blog entry by adamel on Jul 28, 2014


    This is the important thing to know about OxTrad - it is so much more than a 9-5 job. We have shifts for office duty and we schedule days off, but the bottom line is that if something happens and you are needed, you go to work. Period. That might mean helping clean up after an event, it might mean covering a class for a teacher who is late, it might mean taking care of a sick student. The reason doesn't much matter. Because the program ...

    The Cotswold trip

    A travel blog entry by lez429 on Jun 09, 2014

    4 comments, 15 photos

    ... through the Champagne Valley and four restful and recuperative days in Paris before the long flight back to reality. Looking forward to traveling with many different friends who have chosen to do portions of the trip with us. Our friends Carolyn Whitney, Phil and Betsy Thor-Pratt, and Kirk and Betsy Hall will be hiking the Cotswolds, the Thor-Pratts will continue on to the Dalmatian Coast and we will be joined by Mark and Kathy Johnson. My sister's walking group started this ...

    The Full Moon

    A travel blog entry by adamel on Jul 24, 2013

    10 photos

    ... I had to catch a bus to Victoria, then tube to Mansion House and walk from there to the Globe. The walk required me to cross the Millennium Bridge, which I've never done before because I always envision Death Eaters coming and tearing it apart and freak myself out. But it was either cross there or go ten minutes out of my way and cross at Blackfriars, and there wasn't time for that. Time management triumphed over cowardice, and I made it safely ...

    Relics and Relies

    A travel blog entry by maggik on Sep 09, 2012

    17 photos

    ... rescued and renovated after the 1st World War by a rather strange bloke called Charles Wade. Wade had a background in architecture and was lucky to have a father who left him rich enough to indulge his whim for collecting. He was fascinated by all sorts of things but especially hand made objects and he filled the house with the thousands of things he had collected, many restored by him.

    While he owned the site he lived in another rather ...

    Stonehenge-the very 1st lego!

    A travel blog entry by kristie.bowden on Jul 07, 2012

    ... one of the most unpleasant experiences of my life. More bad luck. I couldn’t wait to get back on the bus, but because it is ‘summer’ in the UK they always have the air con on no matter what the weather is like, so the next 1.5hrs on the bus was very cold and wet.

    Last attraction was Oxford. I couldn’t believe how many people there were. You could hardly move. I ...