The Fox Inn
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- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews The Fox Inn Burford
Travel Blogs from Burford
... came out, I had strawberry yoghurt and croissant with chunky jam but I ate it anyway. But now we were about to land and I couldn't believe it since I thought it would never end but then we landed. We got off the plane and went through customs and got our bags and went to the cafe and waited for the bus to pick us up. As we were going along I listened to some music looking at the country side and all the lush green grass of ...
... going to schedule him an appointment for a scan tomorrow morning. He sat with us in the office a while icing it, and we played this British game called Articulate, which is kind of like Taboo. When he left, I told him to take ibuprofen and ice his knee and stay off it, but I've seen him trying to walk around College all night. Grrrr... Then a girl came in after having fallen down in the street, scratching her knee quite bad and bruising her ankle. I ...
... my flight is so early. Then began the goodbyes. Lots of hugs from everyone, and promises to email and keep in touch. And then I started crying. I knew it was inevitable, but I'd hoped I would be able to hold off until I got back to the privacy of my own room rather than blubbering in the middle of the bar area. But Thomas and I took a photo together, and he gave me a hug to say goodbye and thanked me for working so hard and for "getting what this program is all ...
... flat-out having their end of Ox-trad plays, film nights, fashion parades etc. Final formal dinner tomorrow night and then the goodbyes start. Spent the afternoon wandering around Oxford in the heat and have just had dinner at a great Indian restaurant where the waiter was very sympathetic to the plight of the Australian cricket team. All good but I haven't taken a single photo, so here's one of the memorial to the Duke of Wellington, Dublin.
... my original two year period. Without the the support of my parents and godparents the journey I have taken woul have been an entirely different one.
As much as my journey over the last few years was shaped by the travel I've done and the places I have been what has really made it was the people. Sonia has been my partner in crime throughout the last four years and without her my journey in London would wouldn't have been half as fun, she's been my ...