Old Court Hotel

Address: 39/43 Bridge Street, Witney, Oxfordshire, England, OX28 1DA, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 39/43 Bridge Street, Witney, is near The Wychwood Brewery Co Ltd, Minster Lovell Hall, Eynsham Park, and Hanborough Haflingers.
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    Travel Blogs from Witney

    Teaching English Abroad: Part 1

    A travel blog entry by edbaxter on Apr 22, 2015

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    ... the point where I had to stop teaching and ask them what was going on.

    The school headteacher explained:

    In Spanish, if you add '-ón' to a noun, you exaggerate the size or scale of it. For example, 'taza' means cup. Therefore a 'tazón' is a massive cup.

    Now then, the Spanish word 'puta' happens to be a slang word for...erm...a woman of the night.

    So, the ...

    One Last Time

    A travel blog entry by andrea007 on Jul 20, 2013

    ... stay with just £30. But alas, I did not. But that is okay because my last ride will be my longest. And I am fine with that. Whoever had the great idea of making the tube go into Heathrow was a genius.

    Tomorrow will be kind of a slow day. I am just going to do two last stops that I wanted to see and then head back a little earlier than normal so I can pack up. Because in just 1 day and 15 hours I will be heading to the airport to go home.
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    Reading to Witney

    A travel blog entry by legoodtimesroll on Jun 29, 2013

    So we had finished route 23 but now we had to get home. Graham promised me this would be any easy trip home but it turned out to be our longest ride. We left early and joined cycle route 5 along the Riiver Thames. The early morning joggers and rowers were out in force and the sun was shining, but a brisk wind made us stop to add another layer of clothing. Crossing the Thames we headed north uphill out of Reading which was on the edge of the Chilterns , yes it was hilly for a ...

    Packing dilemmas...

    A travel blog entry by emilyfile on Jan 06, 2013

    So here I am three and a half weeks to go, it's starting to dawn on me know what a great experience this is going to be, albeit a scary one too. Today I decided it was about time I sat down and started to decide what I would need to pack in my shiny new rucksack. There I was thinking it would be an easy task, all I'll need is a few pairs of trousers and some shorts and t-shirts...right? ...

    This is a Fun College Town and Goodbyes

    A travel blog entry by annhobbs on Jun 21, 2012

    ... or private school, most wear uniforms. We walked back to the boat and got on a small enclosed (yeah) boat. Yeah cause it was raining. Not hard but a bit. The ride was for 40 minutes. I would like to say that it was really interesting, but it wasn't. Lots of school rowers on the river. We saw the University frat houses. And learned the river in that section is called The Isis, the roman name. We were the only ones on, and the guy driving, wasn't ...