The Crown Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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Day Ten Today we're making our way to Evenley to spend some time with our friend Barbara. I stayed with Barbara when I was over here in 2012. We're headed to Birmingham Airport to pick up a hire car to get us around. After a scenic trip on a virgin train to Birmingham International station, we had a short ride on a sky train to the airport. Once we located the hire car counters we then had a trek to find the car. I was given a Volvo V40 to drive as it had a built ...
As soon as I arrived at the manor in Halse I felt at home. Big warm cuddles from both Janice and Rob, kettle on, tea made, bliss. We arrived in the afternoon coming from my cousins place in Derbyshire. Janice was starting on a spaghetti bolognaise for dinner. There was fresh banana chocolate chip cake to be eaten also. Don and I dropped our stuff into the newly renovated room and made the bed with all new bedding ( living like kings!) Don went up the farm with Rob, Alex and Wez to ...
'Morning Orchard Family,Half a sleep left, and we are off ( Mr Gill is due to pick us up at 04:00 tomorrow morning ! ). I have attached a copy of our contact details, the hotels etc. are in alphabetical order, but the dates that we are scheduled to be there are noted below the hotel name.All very exciting !Lots of Love,M & ...
... Not even dragonflies near the water. We could only conclude that the perfectly-groomed grounds (roses with nary a black spot or an aphid) are thoroughly sprayed. Poor man. On the bus home, he tried to capture a tiny fly in a vial, but it got away.
We lasted only 3-1/2 hours at Blenheim Palace, but that felt like enough. Then we nNapped at the hotel, went to Evensong at Christ Church Cathedral, and escaped into the early spring evening to a big beer and an ...
... 8217;s face. She had actually said “O.K.”, to which “no thanks” was not the appropriate response.
A long walk down the Iffley road and over the Magdalen Bridge (pronounced maudlin) took us up High Street and into the city centre. For what seemed like hours we walked around town. Oxford was packed with people, some of whom were tourists and others students arriving early for the new term. I only found one music shop, an HMV, which turned out to be of ...