Travelodge Bicester Cherwell Valley M40

Address: Moto Service Area, M40 Motorway, Northampton Road, Ardley, Oxfordshire, England, OX27 7RD, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Moto Service Area, M40 Motorway, Northampton Road, Ardley, is near Bicester Village, Oxford Information Centre, Christ Church Picture Gallery, and Evenley Wood Garden.
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    Travel Blogs from Ardley

    Stratford upon Avon

    A travel blog entry by lynvanas on Aug 07, 2015

    7 photos

    ... taking the lift to floor 2. My seat however was even higher up and in front looking straight down. I was terrified. Inched into my seat and sat clinging onto the rail with my eyes closed. Listened to the play and tried looking but after about 15 mins my vertigo was so bad I thought I would pass out. I crawled back and sat on the steps and closed my eyes again. A lovely young usher came to rescue me. She took my bag and my hand and guided me ...

    Day Forty Four: Oxford

    A travel blog entry by lcrigby on May 20, 2015

    15 photos

    ... a few streets when I stumbled across the cricket museum. It displayed quite a lot of memorabilia for a small museum. After Stow on the Wold we made the short journey to Bourton on the Water. The first thing you notice is the small canal that snakes through the centre of town, making it a very popular spot with tourists. We sat down on a bench on the river to eat our rounds of sandwiches, the chips we ...

    Wallingford to Dorchester

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Feb 08, 2015

    23 photos

    ... like stepping stones in the mire. It's pretty quiet and I don't see too many other walkers but there are quite a few fishermen on the riverbank today. Passing through a latch gate I am now back in the mire with a fenced off wood to my right, so no more escape from the squelching. The willows lining the route form a long tunnel of trees all the way to Shillingford Bridge - I bet this will be really pretty in the spring. The stone bridge is an ...

    Day 47 - A pivotal day and the walk continues

    A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Sep 19, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... and somehow overcome. We both thought again about aborting the remainder of the day and decided instead to get a taxi 4kms to the church at Long Wittendon and to walk into Dorchester from there. Arriving at the church as the low sun painted the landscape in a misty golden hue across the old graveyard we immediately realise we had made a wise decision. Our spirits could not have been higher and we both felt completely relaxed. Suddenly we feel we can comprehend ...

    Bah humbug

    A travel blog entry by adamel on Jul 15, 2014


    ... now in recognition...) One of the Medical Science professors examined him and noted he had a fever and a quick pulse, so Adam rushed the boy to the hospital, and sure enough, appendicitis! Surgery is scheduled for tomorrow morning. Larry was finally able to reach the boy's parents, who are on vacation in the Philippines, and the boy has just been moved to a surgical ward so he is able to call them from there. So scary. And there ...