The Oxfordshire Inn Hotel
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... for some time. The faint misty rain becomes an incessant drizzle and we take off our packs to don our rain jackets. We know it won’t last long and we know we’ve been promised another 20 degree sunny day, but for now Mother Nature is holding herself back.
Walking the canal tow path is fine for a while but eventually boredom sets in. I know we have a long way to go today and this canal path doesn’t seem to be taking us there ...
... about death and the grieving process since December And I don't think I can read any more! Back to chick lit for me. A great friend has lent me the satanic verses, I have read 2 pages and don't think I will get much further! It will be my birthday on the day we arrive at the house in Vancouver, this means I get to grab the biggest bed I hope! Beano and I are still taking every day as it ...
... the oldest in town. Push bikes are the means of transport and there are millions of them - creates a great atmosphere. After a short wander around we make our way to the railway station to catch a train to our starting point within the Cotswolds - Morton-on-Marsh being just 40 minutes away. The town is one that has the tourist all sorted, many wonderful olde world looking shop fronts with tourist odds and sods along with the obligatory tea rooms and upmarket B & B's. ...
... with white linen and interesting delicate flowers. There were large paintings of swirling colours lining the room and there were exposed large old wooden beams everywhere.
The kitchen was off to the back and there were 15 chefs hard at work in a very small space. We were lucky enough to have a tour through the kitchens and it was very interesting to see the creations being put together in such a calm and tiny environment. The staff were delightful in every way and ...
... while everyone else in the wedding party adorned at least a little of the 'right shade of blue'. Edwina, sister of the bride was bridesmaid, with Sophie, Chris' niece and god-daughter. Edwina's dress was a brilliant blue, she looked very beautiful, as did Rosie, mother of the bride, who wore a stunning aqua embridered silk skirt-suit. All the men wore the traditional morning suits, Chris with a crisp white tie and waistcoat, while the others wore a grey waistcoat and (just the ...