Days Inn Membury
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was picturesque, idyllic riding once again. The narrow canal boats were fun to watch. Some had lots of pot plants on board, or a ships cat, others were a bit grotty looking. We watched them negotiate the locks. At the only hill of the morning, there was a series of 16 locks so the boats could transfer up or down it. Apparently that takes 8 or 9 hours to complete! Much quicker by bike! We stopped here for lunch and an ...
... our OxTrad rap, and everyone loved it and made us promise to perform at the end of term talent show.
As we were leaving one of the guys in the other group called to me and asked if I'd enjoyed the food. I responded that we'd all enjoyed the drinks, and he laughed and muttered, "cheeky." I'm not sure exactly what that means, but Kate promised it is a good thing, and I have since been dubbed Cheeky M Skizzle by the British members of our admin team. ...
... amp; I won!!!! didn't get a question wrong lol. Next up was a series of tribute artists, the first one being Tom Jones......a bit insensitive since we were beaten notably by Wales in the rugby, only a matter of hours ago. He was followed by a Bryan Adams, an Elvis & a Robbie Williams. The tributes were a bit disappointing, but we had a good cabaret afterwards.
Time for bed, and a nice chill day tomorrow :-)
... Marg back to her place where she had a light supper prepared. We sat, talked and then sort of wilted. Bella was having a sleepover with Aunty Marg so I sorted her out and by the time we left she was fast asleep. We piled into the car and drove home and flaked.
The pub is very old and it seems people were much shorter back then, about 4 foot tall apparently. The setting is picture-perfect, very much the way I pictured old English pubs should ...
... in the bed chambers with bed sheets pulled up to cover the obviously naked mannequin whilst the cupboard door opens and closes and a recording plays door banging sounds with the King's voice at the door - I kid you not.
Anyway, this pretty boy somehow found time away from the ladies of the court to be given leadership of soldiers (this leap was not explained) and won some battle (no details provided on the tour - it is something ...