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 …
... so fast in my life. I literally just threw everything in my room in my biggest suitcase. When I went to pull my laundry out of the dryer I got a surprise, because it wasn’t dry yet! Drat! I set it to go for another cycle, and came back at 4:45. It was dry, and still hot, but into the suitcase it went, unfolded and all. I bagged up the snacks and things I wanted to keep and dragged all of my stuff out to the Porter’s Lodge. My cab arrived a ...
... for any sign of the laptop, so I explained the situation and left a message for him, then headed to the Hall for breakfast. I opened the office with Emma and Alice the new PA, and the morning was actually pretty tame by Pembroke standards. Lots of teachers coming in with questions, but nothing major.
At 10AM we had our weekly admin meeting. Michael and Larry told us that they were not able to catch the drinking kids ...
... boards yet. And then Emma was going over our inventory of Smart Computers and noticed that one printer listed on the invoice was not actually in our office, so we had a bit of a morning panic hunting for the missing printer. We finally had to contact Natalie in NYC :) who saved the day by settling the issue. As much as the morning was frustrating, it was great to hear from Natalie, who called with words of calm reassurance that helped to talk me down ...
... have the copies all finished in a few hours. Again, I was like, sorry what now? But he assured me that it was no problem, and that the copies would be ready by this evening. I felt a bit ridiculous for running around like a maniac all morning, but I supposed that is better than taking too long and not leaving enough time for the copying.
On our way back from the copy shop, Tom took me by C.S. Lewis' old house, which was so cool! There isn't even a sign ...