The Oxfordshire Inn Hotel
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... our environment (Yamas) and our attitudes to ourselves (Niyamas). One of the Yamas, aparigraha, relates to only taking what is our fair share or what is responsibly due to us. Yet again the ancient wisdom understood across the globe from thousands of years ago is there to remind us of where our present approach to consumerism and destruction of our natural resources is so unproductive at every level.
... Inn' which is owned by Michel Roux, one of those who made cuisine the way it is today!
Also take a look along Boulter's where the beautiful Weeping Willows meet the calm waters of this Thames riverfront area. There's a cheap carpark from which you can follow the river easily to the restaurant on the left or to neighbouring towns to the right and across the bridge. Or, just take a seat and watch the riverboats, ducks and geese pass you by!
... put up 300 years ago it was never envisaged that there would be modern motorcars navigating streets designed for horse drawn carriages. One street we clipped the passenger side mirror on a parked truck’s mirror. Luckily no damage. Geoff’s offering odds of 2 to 1 that one of the mirrors will need to be replaced prior to our return! Any takers place your bets now as these mirrors cost between 300-500GBP.
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... HELLLOOOOOOOW, just as we walked by. We struggled to keep it together and not repeat it ourselves, as we have done so many times in jest when welcoming each other home. We made it to the restaurant without incident, and had a lovely dinner in what we thought at first was the section for "unwashed masses" upstairs, but turned out simply to be the overflow dining area. We then walked back to the other side of town and had ...
... to our new home for two nights in Oxford. Our hosts, Helena and Jerry, met us at the door and we had tea before settling in. They gave us information and recommended an Indian restaurant for the evening. We walked about a mile plus to the restaurant, Saffron, where we ate dinner, had some wine, and then walked home. We collapsed in bed after a long day of ...