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 …
As of today, OxSem is half over. Wild.
Emma and I had morning shift today, and somehow I ended up making it to the office early again. The porter made a joke about how I must be the favorite because I'm always early. The morning started out a bit hectic, as Emma had been on night shift yesterday and left a To Do list for us today. We had to create luggage tags for our students for departures day, we had to buy food for the faculty lunch ...
... I can only have once a year, and only in a different country.
After tea I decided to walk around town for a while, but my umbrella promptly broke as soon as I stepped out of the tea house. Drat. So my first stop was to the local Debenham's to pick up a new umbrella, then I walked around town. It was fun to visit all our old haunts and take photos and just be touristy and nostalgic. I walked by the Shakespeare Centre and ...
... van. But then after a few minutes their body language changed, and they started arguing. Alex thought maybe she'd said no, and they were fighting. They definitely got very heated, and were yelling at one point. But then they calmed down and made up and ended up getting chips from McCoy's, so that is good. The relationship was saved.
Tomorrow is London Day, and everyone has been stressed out planning for it. I ...
Easter Sunday and no Easter eggs :(. We started off quite early and set off for Henley-on-Thames. The weather was not too cool. It was completely overcast. We travelled through Temple Lock, Hurley Lock, Hambledon Lock and then moored just outside Henley. It just started to rain then. We went into a lovely little French Patisserie and ordered coffee and custard slices, yum. We decided that ...