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 ...
... 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 ...
... to ride off only for the chain to fall off. Hehe. So, it seemed logical to Helen at the time that one of us would ride a bike and the other would just jog alongside them on the way into town!! It must've been about 3miles into town from where she lived and I honestly didn't think we'd actually do that but lo and behold we did! Helen jogged the first half and I jogged the second and because it was so so cold out, neither of us sweated at all, we ...
... The whole had the atmosphere of an English tea party on the lawns of a country home. And there was indeed an area set aside for just that. Bruce had a small area inside a tent marked for retailers only where he displayed just four of his hand made clocks on a white canvas yet he seemed to attract an enormous amount of interest. No doubt because they were so unique. But they were pricey. £3000 a clock. That’s about £150 an hour.
We hung around for about an ...
... the items hundreds of years ago.
Today we took a tour of the Bodleian Library, located just northeast of Brasenose College--literally a 30-second walk. We had a nice, hour-long tour of some of the building, which began where a scene from Harry Potter was filmed. The architecture was amazing (see pictures below). We learned about the history of the library and some of Oxford's history itself and were informed of the fact that, since the 1600s, a copy ...