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... back to the B&B!!!
And that's where we are now - quite a day - it was wonderful to be at the University of Oxford. We never really thought we would get to see it and we are so glad we did!
Up next tomorrow is a longer drive - we hit Warwick Castle, Chatworth and Lyme Park... some good Pride and Prejudice stops along the way...All the way to Liverpool!!!
... was escorted up to the top floor and then through a "staff only" door that even the front desk lady had to call for admittance to. Then I had to lock up my handbag (although I was allowed to keep my camera) and was sat at an enormous desk with three easels placed in front of me... and the drawings were brought out, three at a time. I could sit with them as long as I liked, and read the extensive notes in a complicated catalogue, and peer at them through ...
Wednesday and our London stay had come to an end. We left as scheduled at about 9 and the trip to Oxford was a breeze thanks to the help of the Satnav. We got to Oxford at about 10.30 as planned and found our way to Chip's house in Cowley. After offloading we set off into Oxford proper on foot, quickly appreciating what makes it such a special place. Chip showed us all the nooks and crannies and we had a nice breakfast in the 'Covered Market', followed by a walk ...
... s plan. I helped Ed put invitations to the neighbors together. As we didn't know any of the neighbors, we addressed each of the invitations to the house or house number and then put them in each neighbor's mail slot. There are about 11 or 12 houses all located in a "close" or cul-de-sac. The invitations read:
We are Ed and Erika from No. 4 and we would like to invite you to drinks at our house from 5 'til 6pm on the 31st ...
... ago. We managed to convince the attendant that we were students, thereby paying a lower entry fee than all other visitors other than children and seniors.
At the main door we were greeted by a young man who, judging by his fruity accent, was an aristocrat on his uppers. We walked through a very interesting series of rooms devoted to Winston Churchill who had grown up in the palace and proposed to his future wife Clementine in the gardens which formed part of his ...
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