- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 160;This place has also been used as a set for an episode of Inspector Morse and the well known film, The Eagle has Landed. Passing through Mapledurham Lock, inspiration for some of EH Shepard's illustrations featured in The Wind in the Willows, we make our way along pasture land to Hardwick Hall. There have been a number of grand houses on our route that have claimed to be the model for Toad Hall, but this one is generally thought to be the most ...
... roads of Akeman Street and Watling Street, the hillfort that crowns the Beacon was a centre for both Celts and Saxons, a focus for the fire rituals that punctuated their annual cycle. It now belongs to the National Trust, and the 800 ft climb to its summit is rewarded by a panorama of the Chilterns, the Quainton Hills and the Dunstable Downs. It also lies directly in the path of the Mary current."
Up at the top of Beacon Hill I walked the tumuli ...
... on the quad with Natalie, Joe, and Anne, who'd come over from Corpus, and I watched it shining from behind the Chapel, mocking us with its piercing silver glow.
We finally got the alarms off and went back inside for food. The actual "feast" lasted maybe ten minutes because by this point people were exhausted and ready for bed, but they did all try my pumpkin pie and everyone loved it, so that was exciting. Joe gave me a thumbs up, Anne said it ...
... the oldest in town. Push bikes are the means of transport and there are millions of them - creates a great atmosphere. After a short wander around we make our way to the railway station to catch a train to our starting point within the Cotswolds - Morton-on-Marsh being just 40 minutes away. The town is one that has the tourist all sorted, many wonderful olde world looking shop fronts with tourist odds and sods along with the obligatory tea rooms and upmarket B & B's. ...
... and works as a NYC police officer. Hills is a math teacher here in Oxford, and he used to be a PA/Dean for the program.
The football match was a lot of fun. We had some time before the match so the adults all went in to a sports bar near the stadium for a drink. The England/Australia cricket match was on, so Tom E. explained cricket to me a bit. I actually understood it, although Hills started quizzing me on ...