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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... go out for dinner for Dad's birthday. We had a very good meal at Rickety Press, and Dad's cousin Val and her husband joined us so we were a good sized party for a birthday party. Thursday dawned a bit lighter so we picked Mum and Dad up and drove to Woodstock to spend the day at Blenheim Palace, the home of the Dukes of Marlborough, and the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. This is a very impressive estate with formal gardens and a huge area of established (300 years) ...
Well, we didn't make Evensong at the Cathedral last night, but what we did find was an active Anglican Church - across the road from the Cathedral as it happened - just by chance. It was great. The music was brilliant, well led in a worshipful way, and we have 5 new worship songs to bring back to Hoppers. Around 600/700 people which was amazing, and heaps of young people. Oxford, population 152,000, is ...
Today Jules and I slept... late.... And eventually woke up and leisurely got ready for the day. We headed into the center of town to walk around, knowing it would be a nice day. We bundled up, like we have been for the past few days, but we indeed did not need any heavy sweaters. It was absolutely gorgeous and sunny out, and a perfect day to take a stroll. We took pictures, walking up and down the main streets, window shopping and ...
... 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. ...
Started the day off with a delicious breakfast then headed off with Natalie to explore Exeter College, the Covered Market and just do some wandering about town. Natalie left me mid-day at the rooftop cafe at the Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archeology. Had a light lunch of frigates and white wine ...