Mill House Hotel
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of post-Celtic Christianity in the south and west of Britain and it established a royal house from which, through Alfred the Great, the present royal family traces its descent.
The spot where this occurred was on the banks of the Thames at what is now Dorchester in Oxfordshire, a place that might well have become the capital of England if Fate had taken a slightly different turn. Even in prehistoric times Dorchester was a centre of great importance, ...
... Magdalen campus land and during the summer months, especially, that part of the river is likely to be jammed with punts, punters (skilled and not so) and long pedal boats. I love watching THAT melee!!
As we were walking around, we heard bagpipes. I asked a priest and he said the bride was Scottish. Then, on our way out, I was able to eavesdrop on the college choir singing in the chapel for the wedding. They were singing "Loch ...
... the oddest places to picnic, but when it's noon and you have hungry tired people... Today is Sunday and there are lots of people out biking and walking parts of the Cotswold Way. There was an organised 30 or 40K walk where we picked up some walkers in Hawksbury. Several groups of people walked with us for awhile and we got lots of local information. They all seem impressed that we would come from the US to walk this trail. English people are great walkers. We met a couple who ...
Left Truro about 8.30 and 307 Kim's later via the A30 and M5 we arrived in a couple of small villages on the Cotswolds called Burford and Stow on the Wold, had a stroll around here to stretch the legs.
Driving over here is very easy, probably the most courteous drivers I have encountered, and the roads are well signed. No road ...
... cider stand and salami stall - serendipity! Drove south towards Padstow and had our first encounter with nature for the day. Minding our own business on the M4, when all of a sudden we were attacked by what seemed like a flock of flying chicko babies. About 80 of them spattered themselves on our windscreen which was disconcerting to say the least. Just as we had ...