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The next day we left early to go to Buckingham via Sratford-upon-Avon where Shakespeare lived. It took about 2 hours to get to Sratford first we went to a shop called time-warp and I bought an Iron Man poster then we went and had a picture with Shakespeare's house which we didn't know at the time it was his. Then we went to a gift shop and there was a funny star wars book written in Shakespearean. We ...
... residence attached to the University. We are located about a twenty minute walk from Christ Church Cathedral where we will be singing for the next six days.
We elected to walk to the Cathedral to get our bearings and toured the great hall dining room, made famous by the Harry Potter movies.
We then walked to the railway station to meet our Rector from St. ...
... on one of the benches in the meadow to read for a while, and apparently I was so still and content as to look appealing to my British feathered friends, because a frickin’ pigeon landed right on my head! I swatted at it, but it got tangled up in my curly hair and started having a pigeon freak out. It finally flew away, but I was quite shaken as this is not the first bird attack I’ve sustained in my life. I swear this stuff only happens to ...
... dreams and being there for us as always. Thank you to all the amazing people we met on the way, who went from being strangers to friends! We had such an amazing journey and wouldn't have been the same without you! Thanks to everyone who took the time to read our blog, it wasn't easy to keep up all the time, but it was certainly worth ...
... 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 ...