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- Room service
- 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 ...
... help the ADs blow up 500 balloons for the Ball tonight. At 1:30 I started my room checks. I had to check staircases 9, 10, and 12. The room checks take a long time, but they are intended to make tomorrow's checkout quicker. The students have to show us that their rooms are clean, their stuff is packed, and that they have their passports and know their departure time. Last year my room checks took about 30 minutes total. This ...
... Much of today was once again in trees, country lanes and pastures. Thankfully no mud today. Traveled through lots of little "towns" that were only a house or two. We especially liked Alderly which had several nice old houses and wonderful flowers. We had planned on stopping at the monument/ pillar in Hawksbury but it was locked up tight and looked like it had been for some time, so we walked down the street and had our picnic on the grassy entrance to a neighbourhood. We seem ...
... HELLLOOOOOOOW, just as we walked by. We struggled to keep it together and not repeat it ourselves, as we have done so many times in jest when welcoming each other home. We made it to the restaurant without incident, and had a lovely dinner in what we thought at first was the section for "unwashed masses" upstairs, but turned out simply to be the overflow dining area. We then walked back to the other side of town and had ...
Two weeks to go until I take the plunge Down Under for my six month expedition to Australia as a fully-fledged backpacker.
Feelings include a mixture of nerves, excitement and liberation. Mainly the latter. Putting off packing for a little while because i'll inevitably repack again and again. Wondering how much of a lobster I will be after ...