Travelodge Oxford Peartree Hotel
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What can I say. Its a Travelodge. Our group of 4 have now stayed in several Travelodge's all over the UK. It's all very no frills, but its cheap, clean, and secure. The family rooms fit four people in very comfortably (obviously not a huge amount of room once there is a queen and two single beds), but you can still move about ok. The bathroom was clean, showers hot, extra blankets and pillows. Basically you know what to expect when you walk into a Travelodge room - won't be the Ritz, but it will be comfortable.
Travelodge offers 30 minutes free WiFi for each guest.
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FRIDAY 15 MAY 2015
Leaving London today. We get picked up at the hotel by David, who runs the campervan company. He seems like a nice man and knows his way around. He is atour guide by profession, but helps out with this campervan malachy where he can.
He was a little concerned about how much luggage we had. In fact his words were, "I …
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... up of 38 constituent colleges some with only 400 students or some with up to a few thousand, with a total of 22,000 students currently enrolled. Women were only allowed to commence studying at Oxford from 1974. Nowadays there is almost a 50/ 50 enrolment but most of the professors/dons are male. Most of the students live on campus. There are approximately 120,000 people who live in the immediate area with apart from university and ...
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That is the plan for tomorrow. The plan for tonight is sleep. Peace ...