Blue Boar Witney
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- 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 ...
... it at the street view level…… so she isn’t actually re-visiting a town she lived in at some time in a past life (which was my original puzzled conclusion) but rather is the most organised and efficient traveller I’ve ever been privileged to accompany!
We picked up our passes, bought some postcards and popped into Tescos (as you do!) to pick up some supplies and then made our way to our home base for the next few days. ...
... good shape. In fact, our whole team this morning had to sit down and have a massive white-board list making session, because we realized that we had so much to do we couldn’t possibly delegate effectively unless we laid everything out first. Never doubt the power of the list!
Tonight I had dinner with one of my fellow deans, Kelly, and the program director’s personal assistant, Justin. There is this vendor who makes fresh brick ...
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 ...
... low sections, particularly below Dashwood Lock, where a boat coming up had already had to run some water through the lock to get his boat afloat. We noticed that the moorings at the quarry were all full up with boats that had been there some time, with high TV aerials and wind generators indicating that they weren’t planning to move.
We stopped below Pigeon Lock for lunch, and then went for a walk to Tackley to see the two gateways marked in black letter ...