The Fox Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Pringles, because you can never have enough sour cream and onion Pringles.
I went on shift at 4PM, and downed two cups of tea right off, which helped my sore throat a lot. Shift has been a bit slow so far. I worked on my a cappella song, and I finished writing a good amount of it. I talked on the phone for about 10 minutes with a mom who wants her daughter to call home but is having trouble figuring out the time difference. A boy came in ...
The day was overcast with showers causing us to duck into a series of shops and arcades to don wet weather gear, of just sit for a few minutes till the weather changed. It was a glorious reminder of an English Spring in all it's Monty Python glory.
We took a sightseeing bus tour to orient ourselves and after one circuit of Oxford we hopped off to have a coffee and discuss the places to see. Dan had ...
... Tonight a welcome reception and light informal meal. Hotel: Alveston Manor
Saw some very old wonderful architecture in Oxford as per pictures. Lots of academics about for a Sunday. Just escaped a bit of rain and now off to Stratford.
Visited Shakespeare's birth place and house born in. Had Tour Welcome dinner and early night.
Last picture is the hotel Alveston Manor in Stratford-on-Avon for our overnight stay, pretty flash. Owned by ...
... and queens come and go. Any new houses are still hundreds of years old here. The oldest pharmacy in England is across the road. We arrived in this village by chance as all the other inns in the area were full. This story is starting to sound earily familiar. However, it is the quintessentially English village. I suspect that tomorrow I ...
... in it, a root-vegetable salad bought at a shop Claire recommended, the highlight of the meal).
Now I have a new plan for travel: Find a smart young guide. Forget Rick Steves, way too stodgy in those pleated pants and his relentlessly thrifty ways. To hell with that. The Delaunay wasn't cheap, but it was one of those experiences that's worth every cent. Soul-nourishing, after a week of take-out food.