BEST WESTERN Banbury House Hotel
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Weather: Cool, wet morning, cloudy mostly 17○
A wet welcome to the day. Sue and I went to Banbury to have morning coffee with (Sue's son) Andrew's partner, Becky, which was good, and I was shown through their 3 storey home in which they are in the process of renovating, and what they have done is fabulous with some decor in 60s circa era ...
... left side of the road, we also must avoid the masses of tourists and students who throng the streets. Best of all, the Vines is situated at the top of a very steep hill. Needless to say, 'pray without ceasing' has become my cycling mantra.
Friday was spent in continuous orientations receiving endless amounts of information. After swearing an oath to not burn down the library or steal any of the 11 million books currently stocked within ...
No, the title does not refer to the fact that it is the Fourth of July. After a long week, the gang all decided to enjoy our dinner of hamburgers and hot dogs (provided by our awesome catering staff) and burning our faces off by eating way too much English mustard, we hit the pub.
Our choice for the evening was a pub just down the street ironically named the White House. It is a lovely establishment that is considerably cheaper than some of the other pubs we have ...
... 7!) and the first cousins, partners and a few children had gathered last year to such good effect it was decided to repeat the occasion this year. Happily for me they decided to make the occasion coincide with my visit to England so poor Brian was thrown into this melee of merriment (but managed to survive!) The weather was superb and we had a great time catching up. Last year one particular cousin hadn't been able to attend which was a shame - the last time ...
... and underground book storage space. We also learnt about the many politicians that went to oxford as well as the numerous nobel prize winners that the uni has produced and also the talented writers that based many novels on Oxford and its surroundings such as JR Tolkein, CS Lewis, Enid Blighton and more (we saw inspiration of Narnia, ...