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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They've also sponsored a science and innovation hub which now hosts the social entrepreneurship office, brought infrastructure funding ...
... a whole day just browsing in there! I did a bit of shopping there, small things.
We left Oxford & flew thru the Cottswold's by coach. I mean like 75 miles an hour thru these lovely quaint towns. We got to stop for one pic at a old church. Have to go back there to see them properly.
From there we continued our journey to Stratford on Avon where ...
... on a sunny day.
I finished off with a visit to the Ashmolean Museum, which is full of old pots, statues etc of ancient times. I only had time to see the ground floor which is a survey of the ancient civilisations of the Middle East and the Mediterranean. Definitely a museum for the scholar, though everything was neatly labelled and explained in its context for those who are not. Not for kids unless you want to put them off for life, but you can easily ...
... 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 go out and make the most of the rest of the afternoon, so wandered through lovely Oxford, looking at all the old buildings, being told that there wasn't room for me in the tours I wanted to do and hanging out with a whole lot of little kids in the Natural History Museum! I saw a big T-Rex skeleton and pretty butterflies and amazing stones and every animal you can think of... it was actually quite fun, just a bit dorky to do by yourself as a 21 ...