Oxford Abingdon Four Pillars Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Friday, we kept our rental car and made the short drive out to Blenheim Palace, which is one of Eva's favorite spots, and home to the Duke of Marlborough, built in the 1700s. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blenheim_P alace. As soon as we entered the gates and started to pull up the driveway toward the entrance, I could see why that might be. The palace is surrounded by wide open green parks and lakes, and the ...
... sorbet /meringue type dish. Our waiter asked us to select our flavour and then she jetted a stream of an egg white based substance onto a spoon. The spoon was then instantly dipped into a bowl of liquid nitrogen and swirled around until it formed a firm ball. Our waitress quickly pulled it out of the bowl, put some orange rind into a candle and sprayed the orange oil onto the aperitif. We had to eat it quickly and it simply dissolved in our mouths. The outside was like meringue and ...
... by Anthea's indecision and somewhat interfering management style. He had already decided he was going to leave and move on elsewhere in the summer and I wish him all the luck in the next phase of his life.
The moment that made me the most angry was when Mark showed me an email Anthea had sent him, which was totting up the value of a wwoofer's (well, mine, as she named me in the email!) input. This, remember, came from a woman who is worth millions. She'd ...
Our annual leave began on Wednesday as not only had we planned to go on holiday but we'd also planned to move house the day before!
The day started off well thank's to some helpful removal chappys from London who carried all our stuff down from the 3rd floor and loaded it into a huge lorry.
After meeting the landlord we left the boys to it and took Kassey over to Rickmansworth where she was ...
Apr. 1-6: I was eager to visit Oxford, first, because it is the setting of TV series I watch and was home to some famous authors, it has several historic pubs, and it has the magnificent Ashmolean Museum; and second, because I wanted to see if I liked it better or not as much as Cambridge, referred to in Oxford as "the other place." There is a very long-standing rivalry between the two universities, if not the two cities, never more apparent than in ...