The Oxfordshire Inn Hotel
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Hi everyone I hope your enjoying school if you know what I mean like I really miss it. But now I'm going to tell you about my adventures around England. First up was Norfolk where one of the greatest sea captains lord Nelson was born and the reason why he was famous was because he won one of the greatest battles in history so to be walking were he was is pretty cool. I stayed withe my aunt and uncle but there wasn't much to do so I ...
... liver parfait. It was even better than it sounded! The girls were very taken with the fact that it was Roald Dahl's favourite pub (he lived nearby) and the bar was lined with original Sir Quentin Blake illustrations including Oompaloompa's. Another long ride home on the train through beautiful countryside, then collapsed on the couch with a cold glass of rose and cheese and crackers to watch Britain on A Benefit, which gave me a nice chance to shout at ...
... library even though I wear an Oxford hoodie (and there is a big rivalry between the two universities)
free wifi, warm, 24/7 open and sanitary facilities
... zoom around each other in what looked like a complicated dance that was entertaining in itself. There were several seating session and we were all eating the same 14 course tasting menu so diners were staggered as to which dish was being served at one time. This meant that the staff were creating wonderful theatrics all over the room while ensuring that everyone was looked after to the upmost and all while gliding effortlessly around one another. Brilliant to see.
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Finally the house was used for students for a period of time for the University of Stanford from 1969 to 1983. In 1985 it became a hotel and is reputed to have the most expensive afternoon tea in Britain. We did not receive this tea. And I saw that the most expensive tea was only 49 pounds. surely somewhere in Britain can beat this price for expense. BUT then there is the Platinum ...