The Crown & Thistle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Here we are at that bittersweet time of having to say good-bye and go back to real life again.
We have had an amazing time and such a blessed time with our family here.
Today, we went to the services at The University Church of St. Mary the Virgin. The order of service was much like our own at New Hope Bible Church and there was a pretty ...
A day trip to Abingdon during the School summer holidays: we were not sure where we would go or what we would do.
The rail fare between Reading and Swindon is high because the is the main London - Bristol Great Western Line, so it makes sense to travel half way to Didcot Parkway and then take a local bus to one of the nearby historic towns. The bus ...
- "Robert Mugabe says....." - The boys Robert Mugabe impression
- "Munchies and crunchies" - Hendrick, our gap tour guide's fav quote
- "Yarr bru" - Everyone in Cape Town always says it, love it!
- "But of course I am French" - Luc our french mate at Atlantic Point
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... The entire time it follows the Thames river through the country and through the cities. The portion we planned on walking connects Oxford with a little shopping town called Abingdon and is approximately 10 miles long.
We started off near the Oxford marina and heading along the path. We passed many runners, joggers, walkers and bikers enjoying the day. It was a bit cloudy again but there were periods of beautiful sunshine followed by a few minutes if rain. Overall ...