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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... traditional English breakfasts at the hotel and wandered through the farmer's market for some provisions for a picnic lunch. Almost before we started, our plans to drive home today were derailed; Dorset is too beautiful and too interesting to just drive through it and not stop to explore!
We first headed south to one of the southernmost places in England – the original Portland. ...
So anyway, Keble was very pretty. I've had a chance to pop in to a few different Colleges at this point, and it is interesting to see the architecture change at each College. Keble almost had a Byzantine style architecture, with designs in the brick work and lots of mosaics on the walls. Their chapel was really pretty. We also stopped by Somerville, where Margaret Thatcher went to school, and ...
... was having a mini bus pub crawl that day. The meeting place was the Lamb and Flag pub so we decided to see if Roy and I could get in on that trip. We headed off to the pub and waited for the mini bus to arrive, and found out that they only had six of the twelve seats spoken for, so we were welcomed along. We each paid five pounds sterling towards the fuel and rental of the vehicle, and one of the men ...
... at the moment and heading to Australia in the future. All these chaps were Italian (Sicilian) which we thought a little odd being in the back blocks of south west England. When our pizza was ready they invited us to join them for a drink. Well five bottles of red wine later with Pablo and his two friends and we staggered out about 1am to try and get back to our hotel. Could manage to see it just down the road so only took a couple of minutes to ...
... of class on Wednesday, which is Peter’s British course and our Industrial History course. I actually really like Peter’s class too because its all about Britain and I like to learn about the place that we are living in. First we went over the history of Britain which was good because its long and I get it mixed up all the time. Then we did a lecture on transportation and then industry and power, which is good to learn and contrast it all with the US. Peter ...