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... again, so Ruth and I handled the Program Office. Emma came over to visit for a bit and brought green Pringles. Happiness in a can. :)
Everyone has been really nice about my stupid sickness. Everyone I see asks how I'm feeling, and that they hope I'm feeling better. I've got thirty minutes left of shift, and then I'm hoping to get straight to bed and get at least seven hours before morning shift tomorrow.
Good night! :)
... Broadway is a large village and civil parish in the Worcestershire part of the Cotswolds in England. Often referred to as the "Jewel of the Cotswolds", Broadway village lies beneath Fish Hill on the western Cotswold escarpment. The "broad way" is the wide grass-fringed main street, centred on The Green, which is lined with red chestnut trees and honey-coloured Cotswold limestone buildings, many dating from the 16th century.
Its population was ...
... male and female live in hall. There are 3 terms of 8 weeks each. People in Oxford are either Town or Gown. We wandered around looking into the Colleges, visited the Ashmoleon Museum and saw the Randolph Hotel where Morse drank and also the little pub called Turf Tavern that Morse also frequented. Saw the Bridge of Sighs that appears in Morse and Lewis. Such a pretty town. Students ride bicycles around the colleges. The streets ...
Today was a bonus for me - a personal tour of the Cotswolds!
Felicity, a fellow Slow Traveller, who was instrumental in us being able to rent the flat in South Kensington, offered to show me her part of England. She lives with her husband in Ilmington, a small village in the Cotswolds, in a 300-400 year old stone house, with a 'cottage' (another 2-storey stone house) which she rents to short-term visitors to the area (and a flat in Dublin as well).
Felicity met me at ...
... walk into the centre and have a good look around. We found the craft shop where I had shopped last time – The Bourton Basket. I purchased another unique cross stitch to this area – its based on the quaint shops and houses of the village. I also purchased some fat quarter quilting fabrics.
We wandered through the village for a while. Ian was taking photos so I headed over the stream to the perfumery. ...