The Lamb Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... actually made me happier. Talking to people who had gone. Seeing the Armed Forces come in for a pint. That made me happy. I'm not sure how that works, but I guess life has a strange way of turning itself inside out and fixing things. One thing is for sure, there is no way I'm missing 11/11. Lisa ...
... teachers we took the wide path to the River Isis which feeds the Thames. We saw our first squirrel on the path but it was chased off by some kids (obviously not under parent control) before we got close enough to see it properly. We watched families punting along the Isis and came across the Botanical Gardens. Went into the Gardens and found a very quiet squirrel which we were able to photograph and get quite close to. ...
... people were still out running and participating in sport.
I headed back to the train station to make it back in time for The Lion King but when I got to Paddington Station I couldn't find the train I needed to get to make it to the theatre in time so jumped in a taxi to make sure I didn't miss my show. This was the first taxi I've been in were the passengers are caged in the back.
Oh my, The Lion King was an ...
... She has a lot of energy! But we all went back to the dining hall where we had our welcome tea and we enjoyed a lovely dinner than lasted well into the night. Afterwards many of the group headed to King's Arms, a pub close to the college, to celebrate the fact that Liz and Ashlyn are officially done with college. However, Sam and I headed back to Ab ...
... begun again and we had a brief walk and a coffee before hitting the road again - a pity, because on a sunny day the walks along the Avon River would have been lovely! We then drove south and west to the Cotswold region through some gloriously beautiful countryside! All the little towns along the way were decorated with Jubilee bunting and most had some sort of street party or ...