Cottesmore Golf and Country Club
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... roll and a bottle of water from one of the station cafes and went to my platform to wait for my train. I had a nice chat with a young man who was heading to London to start an internship with a law firm, which he had won by being the top of his class in his recent exams. We chatted some more and then our train turned up so we went to board.
For those of you who have never been to the UK before, the Brit-Rail pass is a great boon that allows you to simply hop ...
... after 8:00 am, a few minutes before Dennis and Leslie showed up recounting their evening trials. Dennis measured over 70 decibels in their room, using an app on his iPhone - ouch. They said that TripAdvisor had numerous bad reviews. The lesson is you get what you are willing to pay for. We spent the morning walking around some of the outer parts of Oxford and experiencing the town vs gown rivalry firsthand. The many colleges and their grounds, playing fields and quadrangles ...
... countryside. Jamie comes round after work with his partner, Libby, and her brother. There was a family party to repaint the house as John moved in. It looks easily manageable, compact and clean. Most importantly, though, John is so much happier to have family so near. When we turned on our wifi, we heard that our Quaker Friend, May Wyon, had died. She was 100 years old and quite ...
... of joy...Lidi's dream came true!
What an amazing day!
Day 4- Up really early to go on our tour of Lacock, Bath and Stonehenge. We awoke at 5.30am as not to be late for the 7.40am start. Lucky we did as today was the magical day that all the Tube stations were closed on strike! Lucky we had plenty of time to power walk 45min. through Hyde park to the Marble Arch meeting point. We had 3 minutes to spare! Lacock was quaint with ...