BEST WESTERN Banbury House Hotel
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We had a full day's sailing today with a short stop at Banbury to find a laundrette. The Laundrette closed early, being Sunday, so we found the White Lady of Banbury Cross instead. It was market day and the town is festooned with large baskets of flowers from every post; yellow begonias, orange geraniums, red petunias and small yellow daisies make a gorgeous display. The only thing I don't like about Banbury is that the canal goes ...
... did the Rokos Quad side of campus. Check in can be a bit boring, because you're just sitting there for an hour watching kids sign their names, but Kate and I brought Starbursts and started making the students do the dares on the Starburst wrappers. Everyone had serious trouble with the "Tell a joke about an apple" task. Then when things started to slow down (and we were quite silly with Starburst sugar) we proceeded to write a rap...yes, a ...
... at the bus station and head off to see old friends, Paul and Avril, in Northampton. The bus arrived at 7:05pm and promptly left at 7:10. On the drive, I chatted with another old friend, Andy, who lives in Scotland. After about an hour of talking, I realized the bus was pulling into the bus station in Northampton and I quickly got off the phone to gather my things. As I got off, I saw faces I hadn't seen in nine years, but they were so familiar and so welcoming. Once ...
... had to get my money’s worth. Luckily my feet were not literally chewed off but I don’t think it is a spa treatment I will opt for in the near future if given half a choice.
I enjoyed the experience as a one-off but would definitely prefer a Swedish full body massage or a facial any day!
... so far, this pub closed at 3pm, but they took pity on us and said we could have a quick drink, which we enjoyed sitting outside in the Garden Bar.
Satisfactorily refreshed we reunited with the car and drove to Blenheim Palace. When we arrived we found that it was due to close at 4.30pm, so for the 50 pounds it was going to cost to get us all in, we decided 30 mins wasn’t enough time to do it justice.