The Lambert Arms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Lambert Arms Aston Rowant
Good hotel off the M40, great accommodation, good staff, countryside feel close enough to Oxford to make it an easy drive.
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Woke up to find that Mildred was covered in frost - cold night! Let her thaw and then drove to Cublington to collect gear then to Abingdon and back to Aston Rowant. Here is something though: Driving through a small village in rush hour traffic on a road that was barely wide enough for two cars, I noticed a little red van …
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We started the day by printing directions to all the hotels we were to stay, but one to the hotel was mistakenly put on the search website was Woodstock, Canada not Woodstock, Oxfordshire. So a quick search for a new one and an email to Canada to inform them that we were not coming, we sat down to a lovely breakfast cooked by Di. After breakfast, …
First quote and giggle of the trip...."don't forget to close your flaps" this man shouted out in front of us all lining up. We obviously burst into fights of giggles, so mature.....good decision to travel the world together?? Unmmmmm no comment ; Plus someone from the xfactor sitting opposite. It's a fun game trying to place him......poncy prick eating haribo! Totally in love...with himself!!! Bye ...
... for the afternoon. We didn't have much in the way of specific agenda (remember what I said about being touristed out?), but had a pleasant time wandering around, got stuck in a horrendous traffic jam, and had some really tasty Indian food.
Finally we headed down to London (well, to Heathrow, which is pretty far out of London). The place we stayed was pretty fleabag, but hey, at least it had walls!