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London is the place to visit if you want to spend your holiday visiting some of the most historic and iconic tourist sites in the world. It offers such a wide variety of attractions that you will be in a dilemma as to which places to visit and which to leave for a later trip. Of course the location where you stay will make all the difference as to the number of attractions you can visit and explore, especially if you are on a short ...
... then it was time to get back on the bus and off to our next stop, Blenheim Palace. This is a very imposing building, on a very grand scale. It is where Winston Churchill was born and also where he proposed to Clemantine. We went through the house looking at all the display associated with Winston Churchill from his childhood through to when he was Prime Minister. There was a great deal of history as this is the home of the Dukes of Marlborough. This is the only non regal building ...
... Europe rather than trains like us. Hotel pretty basic with twin beds. Interesting! Went for a short walk nearby and found a little English pub with authentic British pub food advertised in the board out front called The Friend at Hand. It was charming. I had bangers and mash with Onion chutney and Brad had a chicken burger with real thick chips. Really yummy! Back to hotel after buying peppermint magnum for dessert. Off to sleep for a 6am start ...
... species of the pests. Another group learnt about GMO food crops and how they could effortlessly feed millions very economically. Finally another group learnt about mapping the brain and imaging techniques for those who could be adversely affected by radiation imaging. All of these also sounded really interesting, so it was good to hear from the different groups at the end of the day.
After dinner we had ...
... Church toll at five minutes past the hour because Oxford is five minutes west of London (go figure).
While the main street has lots of the expected commercial premises (sadly, as usual, there was a Hungry Jacks, a Nandos and a Macdonalds), the other streets and, most especially the Covered Market, offered a range of independent retailers with the most beautiful leather bags, pastries and cakes, and clothing. It ...