The Porch House
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... paraphernalia of the period (music, sounds, smells of garage oil, posters, celebrity figures, and toys). It covered the period from the early days of "personal transport" to roughly the 1960's, including bicycles, tricycles, motorcycles, scooters, and pogo sticks! The museum was packed with memorabilia from tiny toys to full-sized gasoline pumps from years gone by.
A young woman we met on the train ...
... as some rain started, but luckily didn’t last long.
We drove to Burford which seemed like a very busy village. We drove around looking for a carpark and eventually followed the signs to a public carpark about a mile away. We hiked around Burford and up the main street which gave us a beautiful view of the village and the countryside. Very exciting for me was this was the home of the oldest Pharmacy in England, Robert Reavley, which ...
... and liked the novelty of sharing the space with others. We all ventured back to our room and the kids went to bed and we followed quickly after. It was good to get a long nights sleep.
Friday 8th November
Today we were driving to the Lakes District. We had a very easy pack, getting quite good at this now, and were driving by 9am. Yesterday was a sunny, cold day but today was wet and cold. Mostly our drivng days are rainy which ...
... down for a bite. The weather's been amazing today, not bad for day 2 of autumn. Reading time at bedtime. Julia's reading 'The chocolate touch' for school and Mac's class is reading Michael Morpurgo's 'Kensuke's kingdom'. This is the author that wrote The War Horse that was turned into a film. I'm reading the book to Mac. It is not easy. Paul struggles reading it to him, it's full of unusual words, but Mac (& I) are loving it. It's about a little boy who travels the world ...
... of books. The library now has so many books that an offsight storage facility. The picture I have of the library is of the "Tower of the Five Orders". Each of the levels is a represents a classical structure: Tuscan Doric, Ionic, Corinthian, and Composite. The king is also up there with the patron saint of oxford and an angel who are giving the king wisdom. I think that's most of my fun facts for today. Enjoy the pictures.