The New Inn

Address: Market Square, Lechlade, Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, England, GL7 3AB, United Kingdom | Inn
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This inn, located on Market Square, Lechlade, is near Kelmscott Manor and Buscot House.
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      Pete, the patron saint of sandwiches

      A travel blog entry by adamel on Jul 23, 2014

      ... to be in a cappella but had dropped out. Then there was a group of boys who sang Carol of the Bells but only using the word "Tom." They also dressed like Tom, and they were really funny. After each act auditioned Tom would ask them what they would need during the actual performance as far as lighting and mics and stuff, and then Pete would add on at the end, "We'll be putting a list of the groups that make it outside the Program Office." We hadn't planned on ...

      *It's Hope's Bday! *this is a misleading title

      A travel blog entry by hrehak on May 21, 2014


      ... I mean it, I can actually think of no other memory of mine like it.

      That was the start to a wonderful, if not totally emotional week. I did cry the first few days when anything SIT-related came up, but as I was surrounded by two women whose stated goal was to take care of me, I was stable by Monday.

      We spent the week in Rabat and Asilah, the beach town I’d been living in for the previous two weeks with other students. We actually stayed ...

      Exploring Oxford

      A travel blog entry by heymann on Aug 21, 2013

      12 photos

      ... a cool view down Marlborough Road.

      Once settled in, we headed into town and made a quick stop at "The Bear", the oldest tavern in Oxford (est. 1242) for our first of many pints on the trip. We made a few other stops around town and then walked about a mile to Cowley Road in search of a good curry. We found a great little restaurant called Rajasthan that had some of the best Indian food we've ever had. Bellies full, we ...

      Oxford & Bristol!

      A travel blog entry by shelby.alex12 on May 18, 2013

      6 photos

      ... newspaper journalist, and civil rights activist running for major, and another public speaker (all mothers) were put to prison for 8 to 15 years for speaking out against their regimes. Each was a different case of radical accusations without trials until now. Their Supreme Court is preparing for a trial of some sort and the protest today was simply asking for votes online to help free the women.

      I arrived in Bristol a bit early and grabbed some breakfast tea in a ...

      Culture In Oxford

      A travel blog entry by mish_brendan on Jun 26, 2011

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      It was nice to have the chance to sleep in this morning as we did not plan on going into the city until mid morning. While we got up around 08:00, Dan stayed in bed until just before we left the house at 10:30. The bus dropped us in the centre of town from where we made our way to the Bodleian Library where we booked in for an hour long tour starting at 11:30. To pass the time until the tour began Dan took us to Blackwells Book Shop which ...