The Pelican Inn

Address: Bath Road, Froxfield, Wiltshire, England, SN8 3JY, United Kingdom | Inn
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This inn, located on Bath Road, Froxfield, is near Kennet & Avon Canal.
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      Oxford to Godstow

      A travel blog entry by twovines on Mar 15, 2015

      14 photos

      ... nunnery to be buried in splendour ignoring aggrieved protests from the Bishop of Lincoln who claimed the harlot should be buried outside the church grounds altogether. We finish our walk at the Trout Inn at Godstow. Originally the guesthouse of Godstow nunnery, this pub is probably better known as the inn in Inspector Morse - it was used in several episodes. Walk complete, we are now on our way up to Birmingham for a family visit so that concludes our walk ...

      Ideas to Find very good Security Guards London.

      A travel blog entry by intrusionlad42 on Oct 20, 2014

      ... a good blend of people to work for them and a number of them may have the desired grade of knowledge, but other people will just be training and this can help companies in getting to seek the services of the proper people and guide them to their standard. Lastly people must consider the kind of items generally secured. Sometimes the things are just a little item and be needing to have security for only a brief time frame. Some times the valuables will probably be for ...

      Oxford Day 2

      A travel blog entry by sueron on Jul 27, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... upon Stephen's death. Mysteriously, he died within the year and Henry the II took the throne. This was in 1143.
      The castle was first used for "detention" to deal with unruly students. By 1541, much of the castle had fallen into ruin, but the castle tower had become the county court and the prison. Hanging was the method of life-termination. In the 1600s and 1700s, hangings were occasions for family outings and festivity. With the prison being ...

      Day 8: University of Oxford

      A travel blog entry by nhamulak on May 10, 2014

      4 comments, 17 photos

      ... spiral) all the way to the top of Carfax tower. It wasn't quite as bad as I thought but my legs were a burnin'. But it was a good plan because the view from up there was amazing and the rain had parted by the time we got up there and the sky was breath taking.

      From there we went to the museum and walked around for a bit before heading back down the main road to find a ...

      Oxford Saints and Pyramid Buttresses

      A travel blog entry by adamel on Jul 28, 2013

      16 photos

      ... would be a better choice?

      For lunch all the Pembroke deans took the Pembroke PAs out to lunch at a place called Bill's. Natalie and Adam Allen came with us. It was a really cute restaurant. I got a cheeseburger, and it was super good. It was fun to take some time away from work today to just relax and chat with everyone, since it was our last day together. And our PAs really are super awesome. Any one of them could hold down the office on their ...