The Inn with the Well
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Inn with the Well
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... bustle of Saturday shoppers in this transition town with a "climate commitment". Needless to say, I could only muse at the contrast between the "commitment" and the ardour with which the residents were tackling their weekend consumerism. And of course that in a nutshell is the great problem. The large majority want to cerate a better world with less destructive planetary practices and less waste, but we don't really want to give up ...
... who runs a little diner has been cooking dinner only for walkers associated with 6 B and Bs in the area. It's a very small place and we had to pick our dinners two days ago. She was a kick and cooked right there in front of us carrying on with us and our conversations. Food was okay but she was fun. Our accommodations and dinners have been interesting this year. Several nights stays have been out of the town area so we have been carted to restaurants by our hosts as we were ...
... of "The Hobbit" were written there; also, it happens to be one of Morse's hangouts, and he and Lewis drink there at least once per book, so that was all quite exciting. We had the barmaid's recommended tipples: Gray had something called Shark Head which he said was disgusting, and I had a draft cider which she warned me was "uncarbonated" and served at room temperature; how English, I thought, but it was also fairly disgusting, rather like weak, sweet sherry.
... which all come under Oxford University. The buildings were amazing and from what we could see by peering through the giant doors the grounds were immaculate and exquisite. Usually you can go into the colleges to see inside but being a Sunday they were not open until the late afternoon and some were quite expensive. We were quite happy admiring them from the outside ...
What a great day! Got up and was off to Paddington to get my train to Hungerford. How amazing to see that just 15 minutes out of London(allbeit on a fast train) you hit farm land and the countryside. Everything is so green and lush.
Jane and Mrs Zipp were there to fetch me at the station. At last I got to see them, (they had been due to spend time with me in Umhlanga but the flood......another story!).
It was market day and we went first to the ...