Inn for All Seasons
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to see the wide variety and makes of carriage for the well-to-do (not royal) and then the common man. There, again, was very good historical information about the development, design and uses of various carriages throughout the ages.
The estate also breeds and houses bats. There is a "bat cam" for public viewing - and there was a scheduled bat talk for the day we were there - but the naturalist never showed ...
... operation on his knee, he got fairly bored shopping. He secretly gave me 100 quid when he got me from Heathrow, he'd been saving it in the car manual in the glove compartment of the jeep haha. He also bought me 2 Ralph Lauren tops :) I seen where the kids went to school and the area where they live. I went shopping with Debi, her Mam, her Mams bf and Ellie in the City which was good :) Cant wait to go back! Miss them lots!
... time was getting close to 11.30 am and we had to return the car, so Rod dropped me and the luggage to the Oxford Train Station and I looked after the luggage and waited for him to return I went up to the desk and asked about train tickets to London Paddington station, the nice station master person helped me out! Then just to wait for the train to arrive. Well it was crazy trying to lift our heavy bags onto the train! But found a place for them quickly and then relaxed for the hour ride ...
... the kids try on the pith helmet. Even the loos were beautiful. Ginger beer and a sausage roll before heading off more than 5 hours had passed and the kids loved it all. We arrive at Bourton on the water the quintessential cotswold village. Toodle round the shops and a flea market gives us another member of the soon to be naked barbie family. Tea at an Italian restaurant attached to the hotel. Lovely food outside as the kids run around pretending to be chef ...
I have already been here for one night but we finally had our Welcome Tea. A very special reception for our class put on by the office of International studies programs. It was quite a lovely experience. We were seated in the dining hall of Hertford College and we were surrounded by portraits of famous principals. And I made my first culture mistake already. I even speak the language here and ...