The Kingham Plough
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Kingham Plough Chipping Norton
Stayed for a few days and really enjoyed the comfy beds, wonderful meals and wonderful homebaked bread.
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We're currently staying in the youth hostel in Oxford of course I've never stayed in one before --it's not bad actually. dee and I actually have our own room though we have to climb two flights of stairs - it actually has a private bathroom attached. the accommodations are kind of like those of a two ...
... and couldn't figure out what coin was what. Thank goodness Bobbie was there. There are just so many coins, it's so confusing. I'm not going to get used to it after a week, I mean I still get confused with the coins in France. Bobbie and I walked around and I got some nice pictures of Oxford. We then went to Newbury and did a little shopping. We are going to be pirates on Thursday for Halloween, so clearly we needed to get something to ...
... we have one of the PAs answer the phone with their sweet British accents, because the parents love it so much and it makes them happy. And in the film those annoying accents made the American characters seem totally stupid and comical. But maybe they were also exaggerated to make Sean Connery sound especially like warm honey and dark chocolate.
Today was a bit frazzled, because the students arrive tomorrow so we are scrambling to ...
... belongings had been securely shipped. We worked quickly and moved all of the boxes into the van within less than an hour. We went back to Ed's parent house and relaxed until driving 15 minutes to an elegant Chinese restaurant where we met Ed's Aunt Anna and husband Gordon for dinner.
December 30- We woke and joined Ed's parents for a traditional English breakfast with sunny side up egg, English bacon, sausage, mushroom, tomato, and toast with marmalade. ...
... Laundromat on Botley road, just west of Oxford. Some coins from the corner shop and I was off down the road to Mick's Cafe for a proper greasy english breakfast.
After the washing I drove into Oxford and stopped at the Eagle and Child for a coffee. Most of the patrons seemed oblivious to the significance of the Rabbit Room and the great men who sat there 60 years ago.
I drove to the Kilns ...