The Swan Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... A flat battery to be specific. Mr RAC sorted that out and we thought we would spend a sunny Cotswold afternoon packing, repacking and deciding what wouldn't fit, just as soon as we attached the bike rack. The bike rack that is definitely the right make and model. The bike rack that is definitely 10cm too short to fit on our tailgate. Cue phone calls and internet trawling to find a solution. The manufacturer's suggestion was to bend the ...
... car and bike, all i own is, 2 storage boxes, 2 bin bags of clothes, a TV, PC and printer. Fact is, doesn't matter how little or long i'm gone for. I'm going to have to come back at some point. So don't see any reasoning behind selling everything. Not everything i own can even be bought again. Also, it wouldn't be cost effective to sell certain necessities now, only to have to buy them again upon my return. I'm just very ...
... popped a blood vessel or something? I'm such a medical mess. And I think walking across London yesterday was a little more than it could handle. So I found a wrap bandage and wrapped it up to stabilize it, and hopefully that will help stop whatever is going on under my skin.
A cappella practice was at 3PM, and I was nervous about it. I always get nervous before I teach a new song because I'm never sure if what I wrote will sound the way ...
... little village was the setting for the idyllic town in War Horse before the war started. It's hard to describe how quaint and beautiful it is. The buildings are all of the same stone and all have lovely gardens and climbing roses in bloom. It's very walkable and it just feels good. We wander about, stop at a local market for homemade orange marmalade and buy some cake from a table in front of a house on the honor system. I ...
... of a speech that Randolph had made in the house. In some regards we found the Palace a little austere when compared to say, Versailles, but thoroughly enjoyed our visit. Di loved the enormous library as the pipe organ at the very end was actually in use. Unfortunately the weather didn't allow us to visit the gardens. The bus driver / guide had scheduled us to have lunch at The Mermaid pub in the village of Burford. There was some confusion over the number of people who were ...