Travelodge Burford Cotswolds
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... was delicious too. I think I was served some kind of fat with spicy sauce on it as an appetizer. Not quite sure but my friend equated it to jello. Yummy haha. Anyways not much else to report. OH, I forgot the most eventful thing of the week!! One of my friends lost a bet and he ended up shaving his head. It was the funniest thing to watch because all of us just sat in the couches in the common room ...
... churches, but this church quite clearly held her life's work, and she was passionate about sharing that with us, her clear Voice carrying her Oxford accent down the rows as she explained the history of the incredible stained and painted glass, and the architecture of the church. Some of the stained glass was a few hundred years old, while others had only been created in the 18th century (I strongly suspect this was a century of creatively which ...
... We had suggestions such as the ability to shoot milk, the ability to turn into fruit, the ability to turn anything orange, and the ability to make people sneeze.
It is 12:05 here now, and we've closed up the office. I'm sitting here with Emma and Tom, and Tom is eating a Pizza Van pizza, and it is taking every ounce of self control I have to not snatch it away from him because it smells so good. Better go to bed and not risk a pizza attack.
... hours to get my cab to the coach station. Larry offered to get up with me and see me off, which was very nice because I really didn't want to leave and not have anyone to say goodbye to. I know that is silly, since I said goodbye to everyone tonight, but it is nice to have someone there to wave to as you leave.
I'll do my final Oxford blog once I'm home, because I don't have enough time tonight to write everything I'm thinking. Mostly, I'm thinking of ...
A view from the seat by the window. From here, I can hear the church bells chime. I look out onto views that perhaps I will never see again, at least for a while. Looking out onto amazing rooftops and chimneys I can't help but wonder how many generations have lived beneath them. This village has been around for centuries. It will have ...