Premier Inn Banbury
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Friendly staff, comfortable rooms, pub meals on site - a great, easy accessible place to stay
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... spread across all age groups, our team shared one age group and only did well in one specific area. We received a special mention as the other teams were all regulars.
Before leaving, the quiz master announced that it was Martin's birthday and a barmaid presented him with a birthday cake having a candle. The cake was later discovered to have been thoughtfully provided by Pete's wife in advance of the ...
... I met an old fellow, 'Paddy', originally from Ireland, who told me I sounded 'very Dutch' but for the rest there was nothing special about it and no conversation to be had. Two or three others were there but their only interest was watching horseracing on the TV and the barman looked bored out of his wits. I noticed that the place could do with a good wipe down and obviously hadn't had one in years!
Kary and Chip then came back from their shopping, ...
... sunny morning as we made an early departure. We had heard that there might be queues on the Napton locks as the times have been restricted due to water shortages. We passed Wigrams Turn where the Grand Union heads north and we headed south on the Oxford Canal. Before the locks there is a large field with an assortment of horses, cows, donkeys and what appears to be a red deer.
We managed to be first at the locks, although two other boats ...
... for any reason, our cafeteria, library, and laundry are all here, even a chapel! But it's so much fun to have to afternoons to explore the city of Oxford. In the morning we have art history, a coffee break, and history class. After lunch we have a rest hour then Arthurian literature class. Right now all our classes are set in the Middle ages, but halfway through our time here (6 weeks total) we switch to the Renaissance. After ...
... was a tenor who travels the world singing.
The reception was at Rhodes House where the Rhodes scholars are appointed, Bob Hawke was on the wall in the main dining room, so was Bill Clinton there was Pimms and Champagne on the lawn before hand followed by dinner in the main hall, desert in the drawing room, followed by a dodgy nightclub somewhere in Oxford.
Sunday turned out to be a ...