Peacock Hotel Henton Oxford

Near Chinnor Oxfordshire Thame, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, OX39 4AH, United Kingdom | Hotel
 

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Sunshine on toast

A travel blog entry by adamel

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... and the teachers got confused. Then they realized that the class rosters and medical information had also been left out of the faculty packets. Michael was not happy. I haven't seen him angry very often, but he was not pleased tonight. He pulled me aside in the dining hall to ask what had happened, and I told him I had no idea because Joe and I made the copies and left them in the office with the rest of the packet stuff. No one can figure out how ...

Day 8: University of Oxford

A travel blog entry by nhamulak

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17

... But the cruel woman in the GPS decided that almost all 13 miles should be on those DAMN one car wide streets through the woods. Luckily, we only came nose to nose with another car once and there was room to pull aside. What I didn't expect was a babbling brook.

So. Two problems: first is - babbling brooks are terrible for people who desperately need to pee. Second - how the hell ...

Oxford University

A travel blog entry by plumleytrips

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On Thursday, we took a bus tour outside of London. Our first stop was Oxford University, in Oxford. The university is a collection of numerous colleges. One of the most famous is Christchurch College. Another one, Balliol College, is famous as being the oldest of the colleges and for having been the place where ...

Day 1 of my adventures in England

A travel blog entry by sanger.kayl

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... and couldn't figure out what coin was what. Thank goodness Bobbie was there. There are just so many coins, it's so confusing. I'm not going to get used to it after a week, I mean I still get confused with the coins in France. Bobbie and I walked around and I got some nice pictures of Oxford. We then went to Newbury and did a little shopping. We are going to be pirates on Thursday for Halloween, so clearly we needed to get something to ...

Great River Race and Kew Gardens

A travel blog entry by travlondon

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... boats, but eventually the water was full of them. It was nice to see so many of the boats with different signs. Some of them had Scottish or Welsh flags, others were for some cancer charity. There were a lot of female rowers. It was a good day.

Kew Gardens - or the Royal Botanic Gardens - is over a mile north of Richmond. It was getting late, so I took the District line one stop up. My first destination was the ...

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This hotel, located on Near Chinnor Oxfordshire Thame, Oxford, is near Thane Farm Market.
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