Premier Inn Banbury
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPremier Inn Banbury
Friendly staff, comfortable rooms, pub meals on site - a great, easy accessible place to stay
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Travel Blogs from Banbury
... and tea settings. It was great to be able to combine viewing art, gardens and history all in one setting. After visiting the estate we headed to Naughton to view the classic cars at the car rally. Unfortunately, it ended an hour before we arrived, but we saw many of them on the road as we were driving there. There were a few left which you can see in the photos. All in all, a very enjoyable and educational ...
... go out for dinner for Dad's birthday. We had a very good meal at Rickety Press, and Dad's cousin Val and her husband joined us so we were a good sized party for a birthday party. Thursday dawned a bit lighter so we picked Mum and Dad up and drove to Woodstock to spend the day at Blenheim Palace, the home of the Dukes of Marlborough, and the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. This is a very impressive estate with formal gardens and a huge area of established (300 years) ...
... took all the new deans out for dinner tonight, just for a chat and to see how things are going. We went to the St. Aldate's Tavern. I got a burger, but it wasn't very good. The seasoning was weird. So I got ice cream after dinner, and that made up for it. Dinner was fun. We talked about work, but we also just talked about our lives back home. I had no idea the kinds of people I'm working with here. For example, I found out that Thomas' dad is ...
... was able to pull way ahead and won the race. When Oxford passed the finish line, one of its members collapsed unconscious from exhaustion and was hospitalized for two days. There was no big celebration and no podium presentation. It’s not the way a team wants to win such a prestigious race. (Cambridge now leads by 81 wins to Oxford’s 76.)
The inevitable comparison arises between Oxford and Cambridge. All things considered, ...
... strange set up of seats and fish tanks. Of course my friend wanted to try it and as a ‘treat’ paid for me to have a go too so because it was cheap and looked interesting I decided to try it.
I was screeching and fussing about whether the fish would actually eat my feet the whole time which I’m sure was doing nothing ...