BEST WESTERN PLUS Wroxton House Hotel
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Leaving the car at Andrew and Becky's we walked into the shopping centre to do business and some shopping, then lunch, then to the railway station to buy a ticket for Friday going to Birmingham Airport.
Home to download my photos, so far, onto a USB, deal with emails, etc., and time with each other.
Sorry no photos taken, 'No clicks'.
... Last evening we wandered around the cemetery and went inside the church which dates from the 11th century. Some of the inscriptions were very poignant. It was quite funny, after being on the boat for so many days, when we got off for a walk we had trouble walking in a straight line! ( now you know that we walked along the towpath for exercise only occasionally) Weather. Everyone here says that they have had a wonderful summer, but it is now over! Great. Just when we arrived. ...
... walls, we received our Bodleian library cards.
My mind was put much more at ease after the academic orientation when I learned more about the structure of classes and tutorials, as well as the expectations the tutors have for us. Wycliffe Hall is the school that the programme operates under so our lectures, discussions, and tutorials will take place there. It also houses a wonderful little library of about 2000 books.
We began our ...
... to our delight, it was pub trivia night! We had no idea that this was going to be the plan. And to our awesome luck, the theme for the pub trivia was Independence Day! We had a great time playing and half way through the game, the catering staff for Abingdon House came in to have a relaxing night. (Results: my team, George Washingteam, won!)
We all had a great time singing and dancing with the catering staff once most of the patrons left for the night. And around 10:30 ...
... seen her was when we both bridesmaids at my sister's wedding in 1970 when she was 11! As she walked in the door I was just laughing at something and she threw up her hands (hopefully not in horror) and cried "Oh Auntie Elsie's laugh"!!!! Of course the favourite sport of the day was to compare us to our parents and talk about who in the next generation was blessed with the family genes!!
The setting of the old farmhouse was absolutely amazing too as ...