Mercure Banbury Whately Hall Hotel
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... Another sheet detailed moral obligations and how to mentally withstand an attack; great information for us today as well! Please look closely at the posters so you can get an idea of what life was like during that harrowing time. Many British people have told me that if America had not entered the war, Nazi Germany would have won. The cathedral on Coventry which was bombed has been left as a war ...
... the interviewer 'Mum'? or make a series of offensive jokes? You were drunk, weren't you?"
No, dude, they were good, I got asked back for second and third interviews.
I genuinely thought that each and every one of them was in the bag. And I dared to get excited.
Most disturbingly, while the reasons were different each time, the overall gist of the feedback was the same:
"I just LOVED meeting you. You're SUCH a lovely person... ...
... College with one of Huw's colleagues. During this tour we were given a personal guided tour of the upper level Christchurch library with its display of Lewis Caroll's drawings and original handwritten book of Alice's adventures given to the real Alice in Oxford. As Mum and Dad were arriving on 28th May Ron and I packed up and prepared to move to a B&B across the other side of town. We picked up our hire car and took it for a test run out to Dorchester on Thames, a ...
... ate lunch with the other deans and PAs. After lunch we got to go on a tour of the house, which was also really cool. One of the teachers got in trouble for sitting on the furniture. I couldn't believe he did that! We were standing in the Great Hall, and the current owner was speaking to us about the house and his family history, and this teacher came and just plopped down on this antique plush chair that was clearly meant to only be on display and ...
... Bear dates back to 1242 and played a part in a Morse episode; its walls and ceilings are covered in framed cut-off neckties of clubs and sport teams, a strange tradition. The Turf Tavern has also been in Morse; it is hidden down a narrow lane. The Eagle and Child (or "Bird and Baby" to the locals) was a meeting place of the Inklings writers’ group, including C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien.
The 158th annual Boat Race took ...