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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to yet and Mammy and Daddy went to a pub called the Horse and Hounds. The park was amazing! There was lots of things to go on and because it was around 6:00 there was barely anyone there. In addition, there was a lot of things for older kids making it a lot more fun for them! When they had finished at the park, they went back to the Horse and the Hound to meet Mammy and Daddy.
... and acres of land surrounding, the mansion itself which Bethany, Sarah and Mammy looked inside whilst Charlie waited outside with Daddy, is currently getting refurbished. We had a long, beautiful walk there before going to the play park, where sadly the huge net swing was taken , and getting an ice-cream.
Whilst eating ice-cream and heading back to the car, we watched some people ...
... towards the hotel and stopped at what turned out to be our "local" -- Head of the River on St. Aldates. They had good beers on tap and leather chairs to kick back in and read the paper (see pic).
On Wednesday, we did some more sight-seeing... and pint-drinking. We walked the beautiful grounds of Christ Church, including the tree-lined path to the Thames River, and came out on High Street -- which is the UK-equivalent of ...
... were sitting. Kary & Kathryn then joined us and Chip and Kary went off to shop for the evening meal at Ioanna's leaving Kathryn and I behind and enjoying a plate of chips and garlic bread as we were famished. Ioanna then joined us and a little later so did Kary and Chip with their shopping before we headed up to Ioanna's flat and a lovely supper and lots of chatter before the three of us walked back to Crowley leaving Kathryn behind. A good night's rest followed.
... 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 ...