The White Horse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... we don't.
After the drill there were like six kids who were locked out of their rooms, so I had to let them in. I know I was grumpier than usual with them, but I couldn't help it. Of all the aspects of this job, I hate unlocking rooms the most. It is such a basic concept - remember your key. Just, remember it. They are never without their cell phones for more than 3 seconds, so put the key with the phone. Or put it on one of the lanyards ...
... is actually Oxford universities plural was a bit confusing. The college is actually made up of many colleges in one area. We came to this understanding only after the 36% soaked in.We roamed the streets until our train schedule beckon us back to the station,and we were whisked off back through the English countryside. Our knowledge had been enhanced, our understanding of radiohead as mysterious as ever.
... was. The stones are huge but they are in a circle that is no bigger than about 15 metres across. We got some really cool jumping shots and explored and learnt some history at the exhibition so it was not a complete waste of time, however the best view is probably from the main road rather than getting up so close.
We were about half way back to London when the petrol light came on in our little car but I was not worried it was doing really ...
... she'd been seen by the doctor. Finally I decided it was worth the risk to nip out to the hospital café. Plus I got to ask the hot male nurse for directions, so that is always a plus. The café was lacking in the breakfast department, but I managed to find two cinnamon rolls for us. When I got back, the student was not in the waiting room. Of course, we wait for two hours solid but the minute I leave she gets called back. Another patient waiting in ...
... were sculptures made from salt. There were 3 levels and on the third level was a full cathedral, carved out of salt, 100m underground!! Pretty crazy stuff!! The tour was 2 hours so got a bit boring towards the end but was still cool to see. After the mines we decided to check out Oskar Schindlers factory but it closed early on a Monday which was annoying coz we had walked so far to get there! We walked back to the Jewish quarter for a few drinks before ...