Bay Tree Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... of a brick wall (apologies to brick walls everywhere). Back to the motel and the continuing payment saga. We had to pay £269 for 3 nights and so the travelcard was put through the click clack. Later we had a knock at the door, they couldn't get authorisation. Could we pay cash. They were advised that they could have either the travelcard or Amex, their call. They elected for the Amex but cannot process it until the morning. Not my problem. After ...
... find out is fully 1,300 years old, a true example of everlasting life that churches like to portray in their churchyards. When we reach the centre of Didcot we could find nothing appealing or attractive about what is clearly a rapidly expanding town on the commuting belt north of London. We find a coffee shop to sit and work on accommodation for the next two nights whilst the rain once again comes down in buckets outside. By now I am ready to write the day off ...
After shift ended I thought about going for a run, but it was raining and I only had an hour until dinner so I opted for a shower instead. At 5:30 I met up with Tom, Natalie, and Lauren for dinner, and then I had the a cappella meeting at 6:15. That didn't go as well as expected. I had plenty of girls, but only four boys, and they absolutely hated the arrangement I did of Let It Go and Unconditionally. As soon as I mentioned ...
... sick the last time I had it, so I got Mission Burrito instead. It turned out to be a good plan, because the chinese food didn't arrive until close to 8:45PM. Larry, Thomas, and I actually walked back to Mission Burrito to see if they could possibly make 25 burritos to feed everyone, but then the chinese food showed up. But it didn't matter, it was a fun dinner just the same. Everyone sat around chatting and laughing. I showed Tom W., Ellie, and Polly the video of the ...
... to pretty Bibury, the village with some of the oldest buildings in the Cotswolds (dating from 1380), with its chocolate-box presentation and steeply-pitched roofs.
We stopped for the night in Burford Lodge. A lovely little room in another pretty village, Britainīs Most Photographed Town.
And the next day was more of the same, with Mum enjoying flurries of snow as we wound our way through country lanes to Broadway, Upper and Lower ...