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- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... road in Broad St which marks the actual site of the burning at the stake of three men. Two bishops & the Archbishop of Canterbury were martyred for their religion in 1555 & 56 - possibly the true beginnings of the Protestant Church of England. Such a lovely city with so much fascinating history - one day doesn't do it ...
... to find a very quaint country hotel, dating back to the 13th century. The room we are staying in is a little newer than that, dating back to the 1950's. The hotel is very cosy and tidy, with pretty modern furnishings and a beautiful atmosphere and the staff are lovely.
We had a couple of drinks in the bar and then had a shower, sorry, bath as no shower, just a hand held nossel and went back to ...
... we needed to be up early in the morning and it was already approaching midnight. I can say by the way that everyone is saying that we are glad to be done with the class but we don't want to leave the comfort of Ab House and Oxford and leave our new friends. But we are already making plans for a reunion so that Liz and I can experience our first IU ...
... up for it. By this time it was 10:15, and I since I had a bit of free time before the tour and because it was too wet to just walk around, I headed a couple of blocks always to The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archeology. It is an eclectic museum which was founded in 1683 by a royal gardener, John Tradescant. And when I say eclectic I mean he collected little bits of everything and anything. There are ancient Greek sculptures to mummies from Egypt and fine porcelain ...
Well, movies so inspire me at times, but without them reminding me, i still love to travel. I was quite a travel freak back in India, but after moving to Europe i didnt get much opportunity to travel for leisure. And when i did go to place, the time i spent taking pictures actually made me miss the chance to enjoy the real beauty ...