Holiday Inn Express Banbury M40 Jct.11
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Much of today was once again in trees, country lanes and pastures. Thankfully no mud today. Traveled through lots of little "towns" that were only a house or two. We especially liked Alderly which had several nice old houses and wonderful flowers. We had planned on stopping at the monument/ pillar in Hawksbury but it was locked up tight and looked like it had been for some time, so we walked down the street and had our picnic on the grassy entrance to a neighbourhood. We seem ...
... Twenty minutes walking. The river and sundry canals have many residential boats and many pleasure craft moored. The farmhouse is two to three centuries old, run down, but on a grand scale. We get the front entrance, the front stair to our first floor massive room, a separate bathroom and a downstairs kitchen and a dining room. All a bit under done but after a half hour walk into Oxford centre, an hour wandering around and half an hour back, we are recovered from the ...
... s bag and the camera.
Many of the streets are restricted to normal traffic and walkers and bikes take priority. Darna tells us of the history, rivalry, snobbery and sexism of the various colleges. Some of the colleges still celebrate certain special days in imitation of those celebrations of generations and century's past.
A couple of interesting facts;
* There is no one Oxford University - ...
... of painting by Glenn Brown who "deconstructs our view of the world and our place in it". Some of these were so weird my brother in law declared he couldn't decide whether they were supreme art or simply art vandalism!!
A well earned rest for the tired feet and the next morning we rode a cock horse to Banbury town centre (visiting both the "cross" and the "lady upon a white horse"). Banbury is a typical market town - in fact the market was ...
... Somehow this wasn’t as good as previous years, with small portions of lasagne, very poor acoustics, and the band, Laid Back Paddy Whack, made all the songs go at the same fastish speed. We felt we were losing our voices as we tried to communicate with one another. If we come to the event next year we will probably pass on this bit.
Sun 2nd October - Banbury Canal Day!
There was a heavy dew first thing, and woke up at ...