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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to garden. We enjoyed lovely views of the Evesham valley and a magnificent grove of pines and other evergreens. It was a mixture of Mediterranean, Southern California, and other subtropical places. All the gardens have tea cafes which serve small bites, tea, sandwiches, salads and desserts. It is a nice way to prolong the experience and get a bite to eat. Plus, we have to gather up energy for the next garden or adventure. The next garden is ...
... he submits his doctorate in early 2016. I passed on my very best wishes from fellow colleague Geza and his family, and commented on how often Rabindra came to our minds.
I asked Rahul how he felt about Australia, and quite unexpectedly, he recounted the comments of mole in Wind in the Willows. When asked about his hole he said words to the effect, it will always be my home but my life is above the earth now. Such is the Oxford experience. Oz will always be ...
... of the marquee to cool off and Joe saw me and yelled to ask if I was leaving. I said no, that I was just tired and hot. Joe replied, "Get back in there and man up! It's Man Up Saturday!" So shortly after, when I saw Joe lay down for a rest, I ran over and poked him and said "Get up! Remember, it's Man Up Saturday!" Then he laughed, and the dance craziness went on. It turns out Joe is staying in Pembroke for another week, and Pete and Tom might ...
... owner of the cafe gave us the takeaway price so we weren't allowed to sit down...chill dude.Once back to the car, we programmed the GPS and got back on the highway, heading toward Willersey. It didn't take very long to get to the first stop that was planned. However, the road is so stinking narrow that only one car can get through. That means when two cars meet going opposite directions, one (how you figure which one is beyond me) has to back up a really long way. This was the first ...
... buildings in the city centre, particularly those of the various colleges attached to the famous Oxford University, I found much of it inaccessible. Large, imposing fences and impregnable gates act to keep those that don't belong from breaching the sanctity of elite academia. Even places where passage is allowed, it seems discouraged, with child sized gates the only way in, and hidden passages, at times, the only way out. I said before ...