Days Inn Membury
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Yet again we had beautiful weather so we decided to ride from Bath to Hungerford, where we were meeting Cecily. I had been a bit worried about this ride as I didn't have the sus trans cycle map for this section and I had no idea what the route would be like. I lose sleep over stuff like that. It turns out we could ride half of it on a lovely canal path. This was a gravel track, shared with pedestrians, between the canal and ...
... gale with heavy overcast skies so we checked out and went into Oxford for our last day. We took a walking tour of the Colleges and heard a rather disinterested guide give a very brief summary of the various places. The only time he showed life in his voice was when he tried to chat up a couple of female rowers on their way back from the river. We did however get into some of the colleges and walked through the grounds and looked in ...
... and the check in procedures. Kate rapped and I provided beat-box and back-up vocals. The rap actually turned out quite funny, but at 11PM we still didn't have all our students signed in so then we had to go to their rooms and make sure they were alive. One boy was so out of it that he didn't hear us banging on his door. I let us in with a master key and he was sound asleep in his room. Another boy we visited was quite obviously entertaining a lady ...
... area covers 670 sq miles, pretty vast space!
The weather started turning by the time we reached Marlborough, which was a shame as we couldn't do too much walking about. We found a little cafe for some lunch and watched the world walk by. We had a wander up to the little craft fair, and had a look down some pretty back-streets.
We got back to the coach about 3.30, then we were taken back to Littlecote. The rain really ...
... the grounds of the palace to get to the car park and headed to the butterfly house. When we walked inside, I immediately felt at home. By that, I mean it was extremely hot and humid. I soon forgot the heat as I became aware of the lovely butterflies fluttering around and some gorgeous blossoming flowers.
Once back at the house, I got my bus ticket to Northampton tomorrow and we sat around, trying to figure out what do to ...