Blue Boar Witney
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Last day at work ever for Graham and Judith now finished for the long break.
Somewhat apprehensive but looking forward to Hong Kong. Can't believe we're almost off, not to mention the end of 39 years work for Graham. On the downside the next two months will fly!
Many thanks to everyone, friends, family and work mates for the best wishes. We will do our best to keep the blog ...
... than we'd hoped and ended up driving to Banbury late in the afternoon. The traffic was pretty heavy, and complicated. In one 10 mile section of road we had to negotiate 15 major roundabouts. Sometimes here they do double roundabouts, and the GPS has a problem keeping up. It gets a bit scary then.
Overpasses seem only to be built on motorways, and everywhere else it's roundabouts.
We stayed in the Horse and Groom inn near Banbury, which is a 15th century ...
A mixed bunch of long haul flights. Rife first one from London to LA was run by air New Zealand, and it was pretty good. Great choice of inflight entertainment, comfortable seats and really lovely flight attendants- they brought round water every hour, so you couldn't get dehydrated. And the food wasn't too bad either. The flip side ...
Hi! I'm in Oxford. Oxford is a city in central southerm England, and home of University of Oxford (the oldest university of the world). It is a very old city, and some of this buildings built before the 12th century. It was 165.000 habitants.
Today I arrived at Oxford with the bus. The people is very polite and kind.
Tomorrow I want to visit the Carfax Tower and the Oxford University Museum of Natural History.
... which involving ghosts! We opted for the less ghouly versions, trying for the Eagle and Child...but as it was busy settling on the Lamb and Flag. Both of which are owned by one of the schools so profits go towards funding academic scholarships...glad we could do our bit with a couple of pints and a Sunday roast...hopefully it doesn't contribute towards another future Tory prime minister...grrr.
Highlights of the morning walk started with the ...