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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Beverage Selection
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... cheese and tomato panini. They were all delicious!!
After lunch, we did a bit more shopping before going back to the car and heading to Evesham. However, it was bucketing down the second we got out of the car and after five minutes we had to call it a day. But we did get a picture of a really old and pretty house.
On the way home from Evesham, we stopped off at the chocolate ...
... had no hood and Sarah had a huge bag to carry with her. They ended up running back to the cottage and in the process soaking both their clothes and themselves.
To end the night we had enchiladas for tea before watching the first two episodes of Porridge and also, the first two episodes in season 2 of Scrubs. All of which were very funny, before watching some QI and going to bed. ...
... you are biking on. Getting home with wet shoes is nothing new, but soaked completely in the winter 15 minutes away from home sounds rather dreadful. Luckily my sturdy bike helped me escape the watery situation to my warmed room with dry socks and a hot water bottle for in bed :-) with only my shoes, my socks and my pants in need of ...
... it until she saw our doodles. She said she loves it when people draw her pictures instead of trying to come up with witty nicknames (like one of our classmates, the "Smartypints"). We just told her about our hopeless situation of not having a chance of winning and she told us that the lowest score of all time was 7/60. "Shoot for 8! Don't give up!" she started to cheer us on a little bit.
And so with that we ended up... getting ...
... congregate and with off road cyclists a plenty, there are different hazards.
The ground underfoot is drier and our confidence grows, so flirting with the Cotswold Way is back on the menu.
Photo opportunities galore at Wynchcombe, the high street is littered with 17th Century houses with olde worlde names, the old forge, police station and wool house and a pub called 'The Corner Cupboard Inn'. With such a name ...