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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Laid over in Hotel Lucas overnight and then caught a train (great ride) to Oxford. Checked into a quaint B & B. Then it was a guide tour from the "Oxford Blue Man" Chris Lim, for a tour of the colleges. It was brilliant as we got to see places not really accessible to the average tourist. Then again, we are most certainly NOT ordinary tourists. We ARE parents of an "Oxford Blue Man" ! ...
... it is soaking, as are all his clothes inside - bummer! Then for €24 we catch a bus into town (we think?). Get some of threat to be told we must all get off and hop onto another bus. Okey dokey. 10 minute bus ride and we're there. Wherever 'there' may be. It's 8.30 at night, kids tired (Julia had slept Oxford-Gatwick but Mac just keeps going since 6.30 this morning). How to get to our hotel? Good question. Not speaking the lingo, it takes 20 minutes to work ...
... a M&S section inside. We went back to the B&B and sat in the gardens with the bright orange sunset as a back drop. It was great to have a change from pub and restaurant meals.
Watched plenty of replays of the Geelong v Port Adelaide match - how good is that?
Just got an email copy of the advertisement for my job at LPBT - will have to do the application while I'm away. These things happen.
Tomorrow - Windsor Castle, looking forward to that ..
... 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 ...
... on Scyeffe in the lock, also heading for Banbury Canal Day. We moved on out of the village via the facilities block (which has an awkward mooring point) to Slat Mills Bridge. Another warm evening sitting out on the front deck. A tiny dinghy with an electric outboard engine came past, and he stopped to show us his folder of pictures. The oars can be used as handles like a wheelbarrow to move the boat, and the whole thing can be put in a hatchback ...