The Crown Aldbourne
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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We said farewell to our hostess Virginia at the B&B and thanked her for a good stay. We headed off for the village of Aldbourne again today and the village green. This morning was information on the family lines and where they were linked or not. There were a few stumbling blocks still in some of the trees were they had strayed from the village …
... and drove us north of the City to the Trout Inn, which is on the Thames and is a nice old pub. It had an excellent menu, with lots of choices that we never get back in Whitehorse! We had dinner and several drinks each and talked a lot, in particular about hikes in the Alps! They then drove us back to our hotel at around 10:45 pm, and that was it for the ...
... interesting - far more interesting than The Syndey Morning Herald! We read how if today was over 30 degrees, it will be classed a national emergency!! We also read that yesterday was the hottest day in London for a decade! When the waiter came around looking like she was melting, we tried to explain this was fairly normal weather in Australia, but I don't think she got her head around that idea! So it was time to order. We ordered some hot food - bacon, egg and ...
... formal robes to exams, and if their socks are the wrong colour they could get kicked out. They are very traditional. I was also impressed that their entire school was made up of the heritage buildings. Most universities in Canada might have one or two brick heritage buildings, but at Oxford that is their entire campus. While I don't think I have the grades to even look at an application, I can really see the appeal of Oxford. If you don't mind the ...
... inside our bedroom has changed in tandem with the change in the weather which rolled out over night. Our conversations drag on and we forego any formal breakfast by just snacking on a few random elements remaining in the backpack.
At 9.50 am we check of the hotel and remarkably by this time, Debby has concluded that she wants to walk. The rain is holding off for the moment, but I fear there is a surly morning in prospect. The walking is damp and miserable ...