Mill House Hotel
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... She realises she has to give up the idea that she can do everything and accept that she has some limitations. Now she has accepted this she explains to me that it is as if a huge load has been taken from her shoulders. It strikes me that her epiphany has taken six weeks whereas I experienced exactly the same revelation a month ago when I realised I was not physically strong enough to carry all the paraphernalia of camping. It was an amusing coincidence that ...
... fact that I've reached the point where I'm excited about doing laundry...) Then I went for my sandwich run with Pete. On the way back he told me a story about once when he was in school and he got his prefect badge taken away for play-fighting class (yes, prefects are a real thing!). Then he got put in a quiet room, which is basically like solitary confinement, so he could think about the error of his ways. I tried to imagine myself putting any of my students ...
... stores but none of them sell towels. For whatever reason, I assumed towels would be provided and I also assumed that, even if they weren't it would be a simple matter to pop into a store and buy one. It's not a simple matter. This is my third day drying off with an extra bed sheet.
P.S. You may have noticed my conscious attempt to incorporate very British language into my writing. Its an awkward work in progress.
... we arrived at our place in Oxford after four hours of being highway warriors dicing it with lorries and people who drive 30 above max as routine. No sight of Plod. Rachel and Charlie have the improbable, a farm in central Oxford ... let's define central. Down through the labyrinth of farm buildings to the Thames, yes this place has frontage and moorings, over a community built iron bridge (two centuries ago at least) that has an arch, then across a community meadow (which floods), then ...
... 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 ...