Wall Hill Farm Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... We caught the tube to Oxford and were in our element (again, Andy no so much). Oxford Street goes for a mile and has shops left right and centre! We wish we found this street earlier in the day as it was about 6pm when we got there and we knew we still had to go back to the hotel, grab our bags, get to our airport hotel and check in. So we figured we still had a bit of time to wonder around. After breaking our backpacking budget (yet again) we both got new shoes and I got a ...
... lodgings. Betsy and I are the Cornerways B&B by ourselves. We strolled around town, visiting a 13th century church, and a number of other old buildings. The town is located along a divided High Street, is quite quaint but looking very prosperous. We meet up for drinks at the Eight Bells, a historic pub near the church. Everyone in town recommended it as the place to eat dinner also, so we made reservations for later. After a beer, several of us meet Andrew Guppy, the person ...
... pass them anywhere. You just sit and wait till they arrive at there destination or you do. Her three girls are beautiful, and her husband is great also. We drove home via the school to pick up the eldest at 6. Driving through there place from the managers place to her "project" and on home. Getting settled and giving the kids dinner and settled with a movie for the night, it was ...
... with their phones and iPads. At that point I hated technology because instead of people standing and examining it, they just took more pictures than necessary blocking other peoples view of the stone. I gave up trying to fight my way to the front to see the stone and went along with the exhibit. I loved seeing all the Egyptian, Greek, and Roman architecture. I really wish I had studied Ancient Greek and Hieroglyphics so I could have read what everything ...
... approx $35 each! You cannot think about how much you are paying otherwise you would never do anything. Just cough up and enjoy which is exactly what we did. There is just so much to see inside. It is really well done including Beefeaters walking around giving history talks as they went. We listened to one as he told his story but we were also mindful that we had limited time before we needed to head back to our hotel to ...