Premier Inn Aylesbury
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... on the beaker people. There were little mud huts off to one side of the centre. Oh to have another half hour to explore! The final stop for the day was Oxford. As most people will know Oxford is a very old university town. What I didn't know was that it is actually made up of lots of colleges, all under the umbrella of Oxford University. Our guide from the bus gave us a 30 minute walking tour of the town, pointing out various colleges and buildings. One of ...
... Street, the residence of the Prime Minister before we headed over to the theatre for Les Miserables. I imagined we’d be able to walk past the front door but big gates block off the whole street with bobbies standing out the front. You could hardly see the door.
Time was ticking and we had to be at the theatre by 7.30 so we caught a train over there and walked to the location it was supposed to be. We were again cutting it a bit tight for time so we didn’t ...
... arrival of my brother and his family and guests.
The day also gives us an opportunity to invite our many other friends and relations that we cannot accommodate in the modern weddings where venues are small.
Many many thanks to all who attended, you all made it a day to cherish for all of us.
... got our room key for us and showed us our room and around the hostel. It is a really cool place with a kitchen, lounge, multiple bathrooms, rooms upstairs and downstairs, and computers and Wi-Fi. When we were in the kitchen using the Wi-Fi, this French guy started talking to us. He told us about his trip to Poland where I thought he was talking about Portland, Oregon for the longest time until we got that figured out. We also met a Japanese guy there too. Unfortunately, ...
... opulence and statistics though, it recovers many times over in aesthetics. The organic purity of its architecture casts a seductive spell over the human eye. It is one of those rare human-built monuments that you simply can’t take your eyes off. It draws attention and holds it, dominates it even, inducing a state of transfixed wonder. In many ways, this building is much like a beautiful woman: the more you look, the more you return to look, and the ...