Red Lion Inn
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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This morning we planned to visit Blenheim Palace, the ancestral home of the Dukes of Marlborough and the birthplace of Winston Churchill. The rental car had a dead battery, so after a call to the rental car agency, a very nice man from an emergency car repair service came out and jumped the battery. We were on the road an hour and a half later and on our way to Blenheim Palace (http://www.blenheimpalace.com/).
Blenheim Palace is a very ...
... keep on trying. We then went into Warwick to buy a hairdryer and coat hangers which are the only things missing from our room. Sarah and ken were thinking of using this space as a holiday let and wanted feedback on things to improve. We thought the least we could do was to buy the missing items for them. Came back, hung out the washing because it was so warm and sunny we had to take this opportunity to get the ...
... the parking lot - On one end is the fuzz. The two parking cops are there in a stand off looking directly at us with their funny hats, uniforms and holster ( to hold the machine that gives out tickets). When we made eye contact there was a pause - then they started walking - glancing at other cars for tickets - hoping to find our car. So we instinctively picked up the pace. We were ...
... World Wars I and II as well as the Cold War. From the top of the tower you can see quite a long ways off, showing much of the English countryside. It actually reminds me a bit of Wisconsin, in some respects – if you go hiking in the Baraboo Hills area, near Devil's Lake State Park, or climb the observation towers at Blue Mound Park you will see similar sights.
Originally from here I ...
... so very different from UQ. She took us too many places around the uni but of course the ones I remember most were the places they filmed Harry potter - which I have many photos of!!! Rachel and I both had the same reaction each time we recognized one of the places! She also pointed out the main Oxford Library/university press which all topic have different entrances and below ground they have stored books for up to 200km, as they receive an influx ...