The Barn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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DAY 4: I Had to Look it up Because I Can't Remember Uhhhh what did I do this day???? Oh yeah London Eye (no kidding it is MUCH bigger than Seattle's), and Tower of London. The Tower is currently surrounded by a sea of blood red poppies, one flower for ever soldier's life lost in WW1. They flow from over the walls and fill the long dried up moat surrounding the tower. It was a sobering moment seeing the sheer volume of ...
... without children. I met a lovely lady and her 19 year old daughter from the US. They were exactly like me and Cass. Had watched the movies together, read the books, and even had the audio books. As we got closer the excitement built, Not long now. You enter through the front door of Hogwarts and into the main hall looking down to the teachers table with all in attendance. Tables are set for a feast and the costumes of the main ...
... all over the world spend a summer school of four weeks experiencing all that Oxford/Cambridge have to offer.
Determined to walk and look, we looked for a self guided walk of the town. We could have had a small map for 50p but we splurged on a walk booklet for £1. Who needs a tour guide???
Oxford is a real jumble of colleges that all emerged at different times from the 12th century. Each walled college has ...
... I think my biggest behaviour concern was that some kid called out. Just once. That was it. Oh, I probably should mention that on Tuesday I was swapped from the class I was supposed to be in (Year 6) to Reception (English Prep). And when I say prep, it’s actually 4-year-olds. In Australia, these kids are either at home or in child care. It was a surprisingly easy day. I had outdoor duty and some of the Reception kids were playing on the slide and ...
... to Miggy, Chamonix, Kevin and Trish for taking such great care of us in Seattle, and to Fiona for treating us to a delicious brunch and great tour of Vancouver.
The displays of kindness we've received from all over the world have really made this trip for us: from the man in Buenos Aires who marched Ollie around the bus station to help us figure out where our bus was, the hassled Dad in Charleston who dropped his daughter at the Greyhound station to go back ...