Travelodge Thame Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We hired our car from Hertz in London (the new Audi in fact) and set off, aiming to get half way to Stirling in Scotland. We stopped off in Oxford ended up taking a two hour walking tour with a charismatic man who had lived in Oxford all his life and also studied music at the university (now 26). We heard stories of William Buckland, CS Lewis, Tolkein, quirky locals and Town vs Gown fights. We also learnt about the religious and imposing architecture and ...
... but not before Sweden and I stopped at KFC. Eva had claimed that it tastes better here, so we wanted to confirm the hypothesis. We were not impressed, but apparently we were supposed to order the wings and not popcorn chicken. Next time... We still had about an hour to wait though, so I suggested a bar across the street. As we sat, I watched one of the workers put up a sign that said today there were half price bottles of wine. (Oh, really?) We all ...
... give them their share of the gifts. I got earrings for Jen, Marta, Anne, and Lottie, and I got Joe a fooseball play bottle opener. Emma got a fairy puppet on which I'd glued print-outs of tiny Pringles cans to the hands, as her Pringle fairy. Anne and Joe were moving boxes when I arrived, so they didn't open their presents while I was there. Poor Anne is really sick now with whatever I had, so I don't know that she felt like opening presents anyway. Lottie ...
It's my first day on my own... almost.
After I left the family to jet out from Heathrow, I grab a bus and a train to Guildford and catch up with a family friend, who is going to show me Oxford and take me to an English style barbecue.
My friend picks me up from the train station, and we're off to an old country manor home that has been turned into an amazing hotel in the English countryside, halfway between our goals of St Albans and Oxford.
This old ...
... and have the ADs move in with us instead, since they don't really need quiet space and most of their work affects us anyway. Michael and Larry agreed that that seemed the best solution, so we got to work making that happen. And then the teachers' lounge will be in the room above our Program Office, because we figured that way the teachers can also have a quiet, out-of-the-way space to relax and work, rather than trying to relax in our office ...