Tally Ho Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... an absolute pleasure. The following sentence may return me to the stone age but it's amazing to have my dinner on the table and all of my clothes washed and ironed. Boomerang man has it easy.
We're both keeping ourselves busy. Donna has joined a running club and I've joined a triathlon club. My swimming is improving in very small increments – every Thursday the club train in an outdoor pool and being a ...
... we have found a room for the night. Its funny how you see city life differently walking with a backpack. The tattiness of the streets and the arduous barriers to be overcome, like railway lines and of course in this case, the M1 motorway are ******* the eye in a way we don't think of when driving. Also it is hard not to feel a slight edge of concern walking through a middle eastern suburb and through cul-de-sac streets to cross graffiti covered railway bridges.
... able to pop out to Starbucks for a chai, and that charged me up again.
This afternoon after major classes the students had to sign up for the Weekday Weekender, which is on Thursday. The Weekday Weekender is this fun day when students get to switch classes. Each kid gets to sign up for two classes that s/he is not currently taking and try it out for one session. It is supposed to be a light, fun day, and the teachers get to do their ...
... a little bit together when she arrives. It was definitely an incredible city. I thought I might be trespassing on the fields, but soon found out it was actually a mapped foot trail owned by the trust. I'm in the clear :D
I made my way back to the nowhere bus stop with no form of communication (no WiFi), and laid my head down on the bench like a true traveler. To my surprise Victoria came to the rescue an hour early. What a gem, another one :D
Oxford Canal has changed a lot since we were last here. There is very little restricted mooring along the final 3 miles. There is a 7 day stay at the very northern end, a 24 hr stay round about the middle and a 48 hr stay at the Isis end. The rest is very overgrown or choc a block with boats (some of which are long term). It is also very overgrown on the off side which ...