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... which I had just piled all my things without putting them away, but it wasn't to be. Just before leaving home I joined the New Companions which is an organisation for solo 'campers'. I hadn't done anything about them other than join but it turned out that they were having a 'meet' in Savernake Forest and by accident I came across them. So for the next two days I joined their group activities, went walking, had a BBQ and generally enjoyed myself.
... is also convenient to.... The laundromat. The heck with the famous architecture and old buildings, we want clean clothes! Dinner tonight was at an Italian restaurant, Joya where we celebrated mightily as we will be leaving Carolyn here for a couple of extra days when we leave for Oxford tomorrow. Great time was had by all. No one had problems ( other than Phil suffering quietly with a growing blister on the side of his foot and my dynamite slip out of the bath tub) so the trip was a great ...
... session, Gray and I popped into the Ashmolean so he could see the Pre-Raphaelites and the dodo - I had a feeling he'd love the Pre-Raphaelites with their technical brilliance and preponderance of pretty girls, and he did. I stayed on for a little while to finish looking at the basement level, which I had skimped on yesterday, and then was feeling so awful that I almost went back to College, but once I was out in the open air I started to ...
I think our jet lag caught up with a bit today and we pretty well just took it easy all day. I have some pictures of the view from our room. About 11:00, we went to see an outside market that had mainly antiques. I forgot to take any pictures while we were there.
We bought some small mince pies and some goat cheese items since Nooni is lactose intolerant. We had the cheesecake for dessert tonight and it was delicious.
Nooni had the day off and worked on ...
... cut off his arm at the end of the tour, we headed back to the Turf Tavern to enjoy a pint while stepping back into the 14th Century. It was a nice little pub; very cozy and inviting. The beamed ceilings were low and the lights gave the impression of old candle lighting. The one thing that stood out--something that I appreciated but Lauren felt otherwise--was the lack of noise. Aside from the banter of others enjoying their ale and the clanging of cups, there was no noise. Not ...