Barnsley House

Address: Barnsley, Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, England, GL7 5EE, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Barnsley, is near Corinium Museum, Bibury Trout Farm, St. Mary's Church, and Brewery Arts Centre.
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          Southern Fried Chicken Burgers

          A travel blog entry by adamel on Jul 11, 2015

          ... cute bartender is a nice side addition.

          Emma and I chatted about movies and books for a while, and then Tom joined us a bit later. We talked about our Hamlet trip on the last night of the program - I still can't believe it is happening. So exciting! We also agreed that we want to have an admin movie night and watch The Imitation Game, because a lot of us have never seen it and the ADs bought it for the students. Emma also mentioned that a ...

          Day 10 - Oxford, Cotswolds, Stratford, Warwick

          A travel blog entry by scottheldon on May 16, 2015

          69 photos

          ... interesting although the non-english-speakers looked a bit bemused by it all. especially the over-enthusiastic volunteer guides who like to act out scenes from the bard's plays (or should I say over-act). Like every tourist attraction, exit through the gift shop!

          Wandered down to the river and had lunch in the park, very pretty with canal boats on the river, statues celebrating ...

          Oxford, history and splendor

          A travel blog entry by dindhenry on Nov 17, 2014

          21 photos

          ... to ban study in other universities after he fell out with the King of France (both fancied Eleanor of Aquitane at the time). The first of the 37 colleges started in 1167 and each is named after the benefactors that established them, largely nobles, politicians, clergy. The colleges began after a series of riots between the Oxford townspeople and the students, so the colleges were established to separate and protect both – which explains why ...

          Return to the A&E

          A travel blog entry by adamel on Jul 29, 2014

          2 photos

          ... so I was able to be of some help. We washed the cut out and then wrapped it in gauze and had her apply pressure and elevate it. Lottie and I called around until we reached a Med Sci teacher, who stopped by and recommended the girl go to surgery in case she needed stitches. She didn't end up needing stitches, but the cut was quite deep so I'm glad we went that route just in case. As Greg the Med Sci teacher put it, "If it was my own finger, ...

          Teamwork skills workshop

          A travel blog entry by timothy.rooster on Dec 04, 2013

          I want to share with you an example of how rich Oxford is in e.g. it's services and what important lessons I learned from them:

          The university's career service offers daily multiple workshops, coaching sessions, Q&As and section specific job fairs or topic specific information hours. All great quality and often free.
          Today there was a workshop in the framework of an ongoing series of ...