Days Inn Oxford
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Oxford
Had wonderful showers! Supplied soap, shampoo and towels. The beds were comfortable, but not made for 4 people. Everything was very clean.
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... million books. They cannot be removed from the library, people come to study and undertake research. Anyone can apply for a reading card based upon academic interest. Fifty Shades of Grey doesn't cut it!
There is a wall listing the benefactors, starting with Humphreys the Duke of Gloucester, brother of Henry V, then Thomas Bodley and ...
... we just snapped a quick pic as we walked by.
As we left King's Cross we both agreed that our first order of business must be a dignified, sit-down, human style dinner that did not involve sandwiches. We opted to tube over to Baker Street to the Pizza Express. The name Pizza Express is a bit misleading, because it makes it sound like a Pizza Hut/Dominoes-type place, but actually Pizza Express serves really good pasta and brick oven pizza. And ...
... and missed my 8AM alarm, which means I didn't make it to the Blackfriars mass at 9:30. :( I really regret that; I should have just gotten up and toughed it out and then come back and napped until shift, but instead I turned off my alarm and slept until 10:30. Boo. I still have an opportunity to go next Sunday, so I'll make a point to go then.
Well, I guess it is time to start this day. I have shift at 4PM, but I still have 5 hours ...
Here's a little known fact, "Big Ben" refers to the bell within the Westminster Tower, and not the tower itself! So you can't actually see Big Ben. Just hear him. And the tower was renamed the Queen Elizabeth Tower in honor of the 60th jubilee celebration for QE a few years ago.
We got a later start in London today as we slept in to deal with the time change. We decided a ...
... for another stay. Once we were finished fantasizing about our upscale hotel, we headed towards Oxford where we caught a bus into the city center. Matthew's Academy friend, Ryan, had attended the University just a year prior and we walked around the various buildings imagining what it must have been like to be enrolled in such a prestigious institution. Oxford and Cambridge share a ...