Premier Inn Banbury
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Friendly staff, comfortable rooms, pub meals on site - a great, easy accessible place to stay
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Managed to get flat repaired. The tube was pinched due entirely to bad installation. Managed to patch the tube, but it needs replacing. The Indian chappies that ran the tyre depot were reluctant to patch it, but agreed when I pointed out that I needed a spare of some kind. Will have to get a new tube. Spent the remainder ...
... we were on our way to Paddington Station to board a train to Oxford.
I'd had a sensational day the day before, meeting up with my West Marin pal, Elisabeth Ptak, and her truly-foodie daughter Claire, who's written cookbooks, opened a restaurant in London, and started out at Chez Panisse. We went to the Courtauld Gallery and looked at the wonderful art and not an overwhelming amount of it. Then lunch--not at ...
... soon after. Most of them were in our favour although some had half filled overnight from leaky top gates. At the top we filled our water tank. Slipstream came past, with Chrissie’s friend at the helm, to head down the locks.
We continued on the summit pound in glorious sunshine, and we moored near bridge 125 with lovely views. We watched the sun go down and saw some hares in a field. We had heard that Don and Celia on Tumzul Cloud ...
... a night out with all my friends to say goodbye, unfortunately a few of my closest friends and my brother could not make it due to holidays of their own, but it was a great night anyway. Great turn out, lots of people, and i got very very drunk, and it was good to see everyone before I leave. I'm gonna miss nights out with the rugby lads when i leave!
Two more days and will be at the airport, ready to go to New Zealand for the Rugby World Cup. Can't wait ! :)
... parking places (you cannot park in the city centre) and got the double decker bus into the city (I sat on the top level, like the kid I am!). We had lunch at a nice Italian place and then started exploring. There was a lot of street entertainment. There was an old man and his dog, the man would sing and play an instrument and the dog would 'sing' along on cue! It was so funny, I couldn't stop laughing. We made our way down to Christ Church ...