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... amp; Derek arrived and stayed for a couple of hours.
We played games in the evening this finished the day off nicely. The family left about 9.30ish we went to bed, Tracey joined us and we all had good old natter it was absolutely a good way to finish what was already one of the best Christmases we have had. ...
... is likely the most famous 'reading room' in the world. Only Oxford students are allowed to view books from the library, and other people require 'special permission' to view the books. Anyone viewing any book here, must take an oath that 'they will not bring harm to any book' while they are inside the library. Pretty cool.
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... but never seen it. Isn't it really old?"
Check in was uneventful. We had one boy late, but only about 5 minutes. Then Polly got back around 11:30 so we had her mini birthday party. She was really excited, and we all just sat around eating cake and sipping champagne and chatting until 12:30. Then us girls all went to bed, and the boys stayed behind in the office to hash out more details for tomorrow. It is good to be a girl. ...
By 11 p.m. we were quite hungry and it was then that we discovered that Oxford is one of those strange large and sophisticated British settlements that doesn't cater to people who fancy a curry after a night in the pub. I think this explains the heavy police presence. There really were a lot of uniforms on the street. In Shrewsbury I can go out for the night, visit several establishments and not really notice whether there were any law enforcement officers on ...
... yet, but oh well! Then that evening we had Dr. Frank’s class but instead of having it at our campus, his family invited us over to his town house for dinner! It was great because we were able to meet his 4 children, Isaac, Sophia, Rebecca and another boy that I can’t remember. They were all very sweet and Isaac, who is the oldest, was very talkative. He was telling us where all they had been and what his favorites were. At the same time the two boys were acting ...