Red Lion Inn
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... where to go. Not being able to read Russian didn't help. Some friendly young soldiers managed to cobble together enough English to get us to the right escalator to take us up to the right level and eventually to the right platform. Phew!
I have no idea when these people rest. Or how they maintain their enthusiasm and energy day after day, night after night.
I take my hat off to them.
Especially to Doug, ...
... board it said a steam train was due in about 40 minutes so we continued up the hill to the narrow canal where if you choose you can take a ride in a horse drawn canal boat which looks cute. We opted for a little walk before returning to the train station where we hoped to catch a view of a steam train due in about 10 minutes. When we were just about there we heard it coming. What a rush of excitement it causes as people of all description race excitedly to ...
... busily photographing.
Then lastly, there are there are the NORMAL people -- like us!
I met Pamela Harbour, who lives in Cheltenham, via the Internet when looking at possible house swaps a couple of years ago.
Though the timing didn't work then, we've met up here and are now good friends.
Right now she's on a house exchange in Maroubra (NSW) and then is off to Burleigh Heads (QLD) for a couple of weeks.
Daring lady as she knows she'll ...
... in love with the area. We drove on to Chipping Campden and found our cottage easily, although only had the name on the door to go by,as there are no street numbers. The cottage was gorgeous!!!! The front door led to a tiny passageway with the front door leading from it. Every room was tiny and cute including the upstairs bedroom and bathroom. We were welcomed with a bottle of red wine and a lovely loaf of homemade drizzle cake. What a start!!! ...
... abused, and we're going to have to remonstrate with some awful bully? We came around the trees just in time to see said farmer releasing his four dogs from the land rover - clearly the brutal torture had been being inside a car when there were smells to be smelt on a beautiful morning!
Back to Oxford, where we had a cuppa and then it was time for my visit to Michelangelo and Raphael! I arrived at the front desk, still not knowing quite what to ...