BEST WESTERN Linton Lodge Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... see an enormous palace situated beside a tree rimmed lake, geese wandering the grass beside the road. With open mouths, we park and walk through the portico which looks more like an entrance to a pantheon than a family home, with it's elaborate wrought ironwork and gold filigree. The Great Court was designed specifically to impress and overpower the visitor does just that. It's three city blocks wide and lined with tan gravel. The Romanesque columns on the ...
Today weŽve made a trip to Oxford.
This University city is very old and nice...but if you like to study here it cost very much :((...
At first the leaders show us the city... weŽve seen very much of the University Buildings and the old town. IŽll show you on some pictures!!
Later we have some time so go ...
... your whistle," or whenever something would go wrong for the ADs he would say, "Gosh, if only I had a whistle." So of course I had to buy him a whistle before we left, and then I just branched out from there to include gifts for everyone.
Pete was in the marquee with Natasha and Becca when I finally found him, so I just walked up and handed him the wrapped box. The look on his face was fantastic - a little boy on his first Christmas morning is the ...
It's my first day on my own... almost.
After I left the family to jet out from Heathrow, I grab a bus and a train to Guildford and catch up with a family friend, who is going to show me Oxford and take me to an English style barbecue.
My friend picks me up from the train station, and we're off to an old country manor home that has been turned into an amazing hotel in the English countryside, halfway between our goals of St Albans and Oxford.
This old ...
... 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. ...