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 ...
... halls. The dark pressure of history hung from the walls and the thin candles gave an eerie fell to the rooms. Many were in the middle of exams and weren't open.
We lunched in the 'Turf Inn', supposedly the oldest pub in Oxford. According to the sign, Bille Clinton was alleged 'not to have inhaled' in this pub during his time at Oxford. The food was great and the place was warm so it made a pleasant change from outside. ...
... which included new lawns being laid; a great pity as we had learned that it was the home of the dodo skin and skeleton - the very last dodo, as written about in Alice in Wonderland. (However, I later found the skeleton safe and sound in the Ashmolean, very sad sight.) Instead we just wandered the streets of Oxford as it woke up; really very pretty, with every College different and unique. It wouldn't take you long to start recognising them if you lived here. We ended up down at ...
... my toilet and bathroom are external to my room… should be interesting in the middle of the night.
After a quick drink of water and a toilet stop, I walked back into lovely Oxford.. a good 15 minute walk past some beautiful old buildings. The city is extremely crowded, with shoppers, tourists and students. I spent a good couple of hours exploring.. and had a delicious Cornish pastie for my ...
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 ...