Stow Lodge Hotel
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The Cotswolds brings to mind picturesque mill towns, hill towns, magnificent 17th century manor houses, and market towns; but our fondest memories of the Cotswold would be our B&B in Stow-on-the-Wold. Owners, "Jimmy" and Carol Brown, provided daily entertainment at breakfast, and would leave us roaring with laughter. Jimmy is a trivia pursuit kind of guy and loved to be stumped by our "foreign" factoids. The ...
... north to Broadway which is a very handsome village and it is known as a bit of an artsy village with a few galleries and craftwork but we didn’t see any of that and settled for a nice café where we had tea. My stomach felt a bit unsettled so I just had a peppermint tea passing on all the delicious cakes. Liz did try a traditional bread and butter pudding which I sneaked a taste off though, tasted like a very moist Christmas cake.
... t allowed to drive in Oxford but that was all fine. We were shown a couple of good places to visit to see parts of the Uni, so we set off to Christ Church college for lunch a little bit of Harry Potter. The grounds were lovely. Very open, amazing old stone buildings. We found a bench and had lunch while we watched school kids have spot on the oval in front of us.
Into Christ Church next to see the stairs where Harry and his friends are greeted ...
I have been discovered.
Apparently last night's rap/beat boxing session caused quite a stir and people have been talking about me all day. As Natalie put it, "Melissa just threw that beat down!" So today in the office Thomas, another admin, put on a video of Joyful, Joyful from Sister Act 2, and without even thinking about it I started doing the sign language, which was my solo part of a performance dating back to 8th grade. Then Natalie brought up last ...
... a couple of hours of aimless walking, we decided we needed some energy food, so of course, we settled on ice cream. We found a place called Winstones that sold traditional Cotswolds ice cream made about five miles away. Because I love cream so much, I decided to try Jersey Double Cream and promptly thought I'd tasted heaven. (Marble Slab's Sweet Cream doesn't even compare.) We all loved our choices and I think seconds were even mentioned, but we resisted and walked ...