The Oxford Belfry
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... pen (not functioning) and extra perimeter IT points for those important business types with two laptops ......."oh this is the life" as I wrestle with the BA on-line check in. Eventually, two boarding passes appear on our iPhones........so far only used once in anger! "PCDO"......known in the trade as "Pre Christmas Stress Disorder"....is that nagging sense of self doubt and anguish in the run up to Christmas. Symptoms include: Have I purchased enough ...
To my great frustration I didn't get the sleep I desperately needed despite our far more comfortable bed as I woke top very early with aching legs from all the walking I had done round the Acropolis and the Museum. Still it gave me chance to update this blog! It was a real luxury to have a morning to ourselves once we had breakfasted with our Tasmanian friends to completely repack and prepare our cases for use inEngland where we know it will be cooler than here.We tried ...
... marble tower, with a bronze statue of Horatio Nelson at its peak. The lions are each the size of a Mini Cooper. Street performers are scattered throughout the square, which faces the National Portrait Gallery. The sounds of the city surround us, buses puttering by, cars honking, people chatting.
We walk through the Portrait Gallery. Every room has another famous painting. The adults are enthralled, but the boys less so. We don't stay too long, just long enough to ...
Nick and Julie dropped us back at the Reindeer Inn for our last night in Southwell Nottingham After putting our bags away we headed in for a quite ale, the bar was very empty because it was there turn to play darts away so they were doing the beer lines one at a time It was an interesting method they use putting a purple dye in the lines with the cleaner then when it turns green it's time ...
... I stayed here on one of our trips to the United Kingdom more than ten years ago. We met Jan. Her three children are in town.....Nathan with wife Lori, Stephanie and Walter. All of us spent a few hours socializing, reminiscing and talking about John Schroeder's life and the funeral coming up tomorrow. We reminisced over a lot of memories of people we jointly knew and who would be coming to the funeral.
It was a very wonderful visit.