The Kingham Plough
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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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... and have a meal in town. Caroline will go back to work tomorrow after we have done the shopping and Ian and Barry have pumped out you know what! Barry's going to stay with us and do some maintenance on the boat while we tootle around. First thing though, we have to reverse about 500 metres to turn around and head back to Thrupp where Caroline's car is. We thought if it gets too much (me opening lock gates and winding ...
... Murders where one group was killing off their competitors! Left the car parked at our hotel as Oxford has a vehicle exclusion zone around it and only buses are allowed in. We would have had to park and pay (parking fees are very expensive over here) so we got on a bus from here. It was pouring rain by the time we got to Oxford so we raced across the road to the market area which was undercover. In here were all manner ...
... a great way to spend a couple of weeks.
From Stratford we headed for Oxford but we wanted to avoid the main roads and ended up on single track roads through Buckinghamshire. We had one scare when a car driving very fast came around a blind bend and we had to take evasive action. Nise wasn't happy.
I expected Oxford to be another lovely town, but we didn't really enjoy our time in the town today. It's totally different to Cambridge in the way the University is ...
... 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. ...
... to the Sorting Hat. I am sure many of you can just picture the childlike smile I had on my face! I am sure Oxford is a completely different experience when you are a student versus a tourist. It seems to be a place that has many treasures hidden inside the schools and libraries and side streets. I am glad we got to experience a taste of it at least. And who knows...maybe we even came out a wee bit smarter too.