Premier Inn Oxford South - Didcot
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Meh! Shit location.
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This morning we all woke feeling a little flat knowing that we are leaving London, a city we all really love and could easily spend longer visiting. Before driving off we decided to walk over to the O2 Arena for one last visit at this impressive entertainment precinct which is more like a small town with numerous restaurants and cinemas than just a …
... see through the trees but summer might be a different story. There are also a few ups and downs before I reach Sutton Courtney Bridge. Normally they would not be worth a mention but in the thick sludge they are tricky to negotiate as I keep sliding back down and need to be careful I don't end up on my backside as I make the small descents. It involves keeping to the sides and choosing bramble bashing over mud slide. Anyway, I manage to arrive at Culham in ...
... t just film at Syon itself, only a few miles downstream, is a complete mystery! Now I reach Summerleaze Bridge which has only been here since 1996. It's a public footbridge but it also supported a conveyor belt to carry the gravel away from the Eton College rowing lake during its construction. There is no sign of the conveyor belt mechanism now. A bit further on, I reach Monkey Island. The name is thought to be a derivation of 'monks island' when ...
... 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 ...
... Frenchman (yep didn't catch his name either, may not have even been French) I went up stairs and found bindi wrapped sound some 30 year old man and I just laughed at her, she pashed like 25 guys at least and that's not even an exaggeration but she's and absolute legend for it hahah found her, took her away from old mate and danced on the main stage where I fell off and have just found out that I cracked my coccyx lol good form has, you rock. ...