Oxford Thames Four Pillars
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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Conference facilities
TripAdvisor Reviews Oxford Thames Four Pillars Sandford-on-Thames
Travel Blogs from Sandford-on-Thames
... off to find one of them. Once more we travel along narrow winding lanes and feel like we are in the middle of nowhere - a pub here in the middle of nowhere? Really?? We finally find a village with what looks like a pub and stop to ask - this pub is really weird and looks like something out of the Hobbit!! The publican looks like a leprechaun but kindly directs us to where we want to be - just down the road and on the left! So off we set and sure enough we find it. It is ...
Actually Ray reckons it was more like a heat ripple with only one really hot day. We did have some nice weather though and it didn't rain much.
We were there to spend time with the UK van Reeschs. Their house is very nice and very comfortable. They haven't lived there long and the renovations are impressive. It's in Fulmer, a gorgeous village an ...
This morning I took Jo for a walk along the tow path we moored up against. The Weather Man said they we would have thunderstorms, but he was wrong. It was a little damp under paw, but it soon brightened up. Jo and I discovered a barge a little up stream that had a very still human in it. Jo called her a mannequin, though I don't know what that really means. She was very creepy though. We didn't hang around for long. ...
... some time with my two incredible sisters. I'm sure for Maddz as well having us both around has just been a dream for her, which is why we wanted to do something extra special with her. So on our last night all together we made our own pizzas because that's just fun and every girl loves pizza. We then made s'mores in our fire-pit, for those who don't know what they are it's an American thing I learnt at camp. Basically you roast marshmallows, and sandwich it ...
... meticulously kept and it actually wasn't all that busy. We headed straight to the State Apartments and the Doll Room. Queen Mary's doll house didn't really do it for us (however, it does have running water and working toilets), so we kept on going. The State Apartments were where dignitaries stayed when visiting the empire. Now, mainly they use
them to entertain. The rooms are enormous and many are gilded with gold leaf. Where there isn't gold, there's usually paintings. Where ...