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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... recommendation of her Daddy, bought 100g of Kola Kubes which at first she wasn't sure of but now, she's OBSESSED!
After looking around other shops, Sarah, Bethany, Mammy, Daddy and Charlie met up and found a little footpath to walk down. Sarah and Bethany were then informed that the others never made it up to Broadway Tower because SOMEBODY *cough*Charlie*cough* didn't want to walk up to ...
Breakfast then off to buy another bag to carry things home. We then caught the bus to Thornhill where we have left the car overnight. Then off to Buckinghamshire to see Joyce and Malcolm, my Dad's cousin. I have been communicating with her for about two years. Arriving to collect our car, we went pay, and the system could not find our number plate! We managed to speak to someone in charge and he said you pay on arrival by ...
Another day of walking, which appropriately started with some walking - a long looping walk from Cardo, where Matthew lives to Queens College, where we picked up a voucher for the punt we had booked for 11.00am. Punting maybe an old English university tradition, but its not an efficient way to travel. You have to be skilled to punt up and even then kayaks can row circles ...
... 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 ...