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... not wanting to miss out in a single opportunity. This place has totally blown the kids away, ambulance boat sped by us today, as did the police boat, such excitement in the waterways of Venice. The little streets have so much character, similarities of our time in France, but different yet again. Truly amazing place, can't wait to see a bit more tomorrow. It's 12.30am, really must get some sleep, the boredom of the M25 has taken it's toll, a long day at the office ...... Ciao ...
... Cotswolds...Charlie had plotted the trail and what a memorable day out it was.
First stop was Stratford - Upon - Avon, home of W Shakespeare .This is a beautiful Village especially with the river flowing through it. We saw "narrow boats' Moored in the heart of the town, where tourists and others can stay and explore the village, the extensive canal system allows for a great boat ...
... that came as side dishes, and then a piece of oatmeal cake for dessert, and that worked out fine. After dinner I had a grand plan to set up our Faculty Lounge, which hasn't been done yet, but when I asked the Porter on duty to let me in he became very upset with me taking over their lounge. I told him my director had the College's permission to use the room, but he refused to let me in until he spoke to the director personally. So now I'm sitting ...
... some of which we could see-was actually in line with the tower on the front side and in line with a column that held a statue of Queen Anne on the back side. The planning and landscaping of the grounds, vast as they are, was done exceptionally well.
After a couple hours of walking, it was time to head back to Oxford. We drove back another way and went through a gorgeous small Cotswolds village called Bibury. It was one of the most picturesque places I've ...
... 2 hours later train cancelled, WTF? Riots in London and Manchester reported, I though the english part of the journey was going to be a doddle, maybe not. Ended up hitching a lift to Oxford with a guy called Toby who was also heading to London and was going to pick up a shuttle bus from ...