Bay Tree Hotel
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Of course the trains are electric here but there is still a good bit of track and traffic noise and we can hear all the announcements made by the stationmaster. Internet service at the hostel is available only in the lobby and the lobby has quite a nice coffee and snack bar which includes beer and wine! I paid GBP 7.50 for 72 hours of Internet service which is about $14. That's the most you can buy but it looks like I need to buy another 48 hours for Friday and Saturday ...
Highlight #1: Oxford's university, people and societies are so rich, abundant, diverse and highly interesting. I am provided tools, ideas, chances and inspirations to do all the things I want to do in life (which is a lot as you know). E.g. take a look at this page from my notebook! I sat one eat diagonally behind Al Gore (getting there is an amusing separate story) before he was invited on stage. I recommend listening ...
Back into England to meadows of mostly gold - what a difference 10 days of heat makes. The rain overnight freshened everything up and we awoke to another sunny, warm day. Perfected our breakfast routine this morning - sat down and ordered coffee, tea and 1 slice of brown toast cut into triangles. Enjoyed our scrambled eggs with salmon and the full english, finished off toast with marmalade and took our coffee and tea to the morning room and ...
... There were universe models from different centuries, astrolabes and telescopes. We also walked into a corridor that creeped Carleigh and I out because it was filled with stuffed animals. Taxidermy is just weird.
We left pretty quickly after that and found our way into Blackwell's Book Shoppe. This is a famous book shop that theater troupes use. Currently, Jekyll and Hyde is playing there among the many bookshelves in the 1 km ...
... had to leave afterwards, but then Ellie showed us around town a bit and we did the most cliche thing... Rode bikes around Oxford, and more importantly, in the rain. Lol! In the afternoon, we went to the train station and took the train to Bath. We walked to our couch hosts house and met them. We stayed with a flat of guys going to Uni. One was from Wales and one from England. We hung out with them and ...