Deddington Arms Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... lock on the system at nearly 13 feet deep. I let Ian do that one! It's accompanied by a very cute lock keepers cottage. In the middle of nowhere, no water, power, phone or sewerage. But very cute. On Saturday we met up with Helen, Barry's daughter, husband Malek and little Piran for lunch at Lower Heyford. (Piran is the patron saint of Cornwall). Helen and Malek spent some time with us up at Whakapirau summer before last and this ...
... was really good! We then went out to dinner, Joyce had booked a table at their regular place and we had wine and a nice meal. Rod pointed out to Malcolm from our dinner view, that the sun was shining over the hills in the vicinity where they live, and Malcolm says, "the sun always shines on the righteous". Well we packed up laughing. We laughed all day long! Their daughter Ali and her partner and one of her daughter's came to ...
... as you have to pay to sneeze in Oxford, I viewed these places from the outside, but that was enough...Oxford, I think, would be one of my favourite places. Since it is a genuine working University I can appreciate that in these straightened times etc they need to supplement their income, so though it is in some sense a tourist trap, it doesn't rely on fakery to make you part with your hard earned. That makes me feel more kindly. Besides, the place is seriously ...
... and then served us tea and homemade lemon cake in the drawing room. We then walked around the property while she prepared dinner. They have a beautiful little flower garden, vegetable garden, and croquet lawn which I'd have lived to use if it weren't raining. The neighboring cows were hilarious- the all lined up at the fence ad just stared at us, and as we walked around they followed us up and down like dogs. After a rest upstairs we ...
... for nothing... except a little hooping.
I met Liam back in my temping days in London - not only were we both 'Office Angels', we were both one time 'Temp of the Month' Office Angels and as such, were treated to a dinner by the agency - it was free, I went and there I met Liam who stuck in my mind for his extraneous set of nostrils. I was working at Elsevier at the time and when I returned after a two week visit home, who should I find at my desk but ...