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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... so the journey ended up being extremely expensive for how relatively short it was. The driver had no card machine but when Mum and I clubbed together all the cash we had on us we were still a pound short - luckily he kindly let us off it.
After a reviving hot drink at a nearby restaurant bar we carried on to the Bear & Ragged Staff, our accommodation for the night. This is in Cumnor, another village near to Oxford. Several decades ago my ...
... I can attest to the steepness and precariousness of walking down into and up out of the village. We can't imagine doing it a couple times daily -NOR into inclement weather!!. We had a great tour from a self-made, transplanted British Columbian, who had to be granted permission by the lord to lead her tours. Fascinating day!
Retraction from a couple of days ago: Princess Elizabeth met PHILLIP at the Naval ...
... back to the B&B!!!
And that's where we are now - quite a day - it was wonderful to be at the University of Oxford. We never really thought we would get to see it and we are so glad we did!
Up next tomorrow is a longer drive - we hit Warwick Castle, Chatworth and Lyme Park... some good Pride and Prejudice stops along the way...All the way to Liverpool!!!
... else Wolsey owned when Henry decided that he had had enough of him. Parts of the building have become more famous since the filming of Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone. The staircase to the great hall is where Professor McGonagal stood to welcome the new arrivals to Hogwarts, and the great hall itself was the inspiration for Hogwart's dining hall. Needless to say, a few 'golden snitches' and 'hoarx's' were ...
... Falls Park, which lies on the outskirts of Washington in Virginia. I was instantly attracted to the distance I felt from my day-to-day living in DC.
Back in August of this year, I frequently thought to myself: With the amount of ‘best days of my life’ that I have been having lately, I’m either in for a lot of disappointments coming up or a plateau where best days become the norm and maybe no longer give me the ...