Kings Arms Hotel
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... only to be told to get off the bikes and push them. Our initial thought was " bloody groundsman give us a break!" But then we looked up to see the ground. It was absolutely beautiful! The grass was glistening, the pitch was glamorous and clean - the grandstand was even amazing! I can see why the groundsman don't wan't you to ride on the field - but I can't understand why any Englishman would want to go cricket touring in Australia!! Anyway mum and I found a ...
... chocolate box village of Clifton Hampden is so named because it was once owned by the Hampden family although the bridge and thatched roofs were a later addition. Before the addition of a lock on this stretch of river the water was low. So low that cattle were forded across at the ferry point and in 1846 The Lord Mayors barge became grounded on an Oxford to London jaunt. The bridge we see today was built by George Gilbert Scott in 1864 - he sketched the design ...
... They all smoke and have at least 1 dog if not 2.
I fell in love with Christ Church College which also has a Christ Church cathedral. The building is just spectacular and I wanted to walk all around it. We saw our first squirrel in the garden. This means we've now seen a squirrel, glimpse of a fox and a young deer. I don't think we have much of a chance of seeing a badger or mole, particularly in London. We stopped in at a bar in town rather ...
... dining room. The massive tables is set for a state dinner, priceless China are set at each seat and a great silver centerpiece depicts the 1st Duke of Marlborough on horseback. The table itself is a work of art with beautiful inlaid wood. Portraits of past Dukes cover the 17th century wallpaper. From the central saloon we pass through state apartments decreasing in importance and increasing in privacy. All are full of ancestral paintings and room size tapestries; ...
... crying. The group performed very well, and the applause at the end was huge. Everyone seemed to love the song. A lot of teachers came up to me afterwards and told me how good it was. Natalie filmed it for me, and as soon as I walked off she and Thomas both gave me hugs and told me it was good. Then Larry came over and didn't say anything, but just grabbed me in a huge hug. I take that to mean he liked it. And he was crying! Success. Even Jim Basker stopped me to ...