Oxford Witney Four Pillars Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I can already tell this trip is going to be special. Dan and I arrived on Thursday August 8th into London and took the tube to our hotel in Notting Hill. A very cute boutique hotel called Portobello Inn right off (you guessed it!) Portobello Road. probably my new favorite part of London, but ill get there later... We were greeted by a good friend, Courtney, and her fiancé Damien and went out to dinner at a restaurant called Florintini. The restaurant has ...
... Didn't go to the club house but looked nice enough. Staff lovely, they keep the site at night under control for noise.... Not that there was any... But still nice it's a priority of theirs. Huge pitches! Mosquitos are a pain.... No doubt there due to the river. Only a 2 nighter here.... Would have liked to have stayed longer. Love the Cotswolds! If the kids aren't into water sports, it's make your own fun as this is the focus of the ...
I have spent this past week in England where Sarah's aunt was nice enough to let me stay. It has been really lovely. Although Witney is a small, quiet, town it was exactly what I needed. I have read a few books, gone for many walks and prepared for my next travel move... On Wednesday I begin my travels to South America. Tomorrow I will head back to London and stay at an airport hotel - to break up my travel. Next stop Argentina. ...
... told us that Oxford is also known as "The city of dreaming spires", so we've asked him to guide us through the city to see the whole nomber of spires.
When we have seen all the spires that there are in the city we were shocked because there are a lot of them!
Then we've gone to the Chirst Church, where ...
... mug, Sunday papers, fish & chips, playing football, banter with mates, my X Box, my bed, UK music venues, Christ Church meadow, 24 hour news, early mornings...and of course cheesy beans on toast. (brown bread lightly toasted, Olivio, mature cheddar cheese and HAS to be Heinz beans - missing you already xxx).
And I look forward to rice or noodles for breakfast, lunch of dinner for the next few months, and hopefully coming back a ...