The Castle & Ball Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we are facing one another. The blog rolls out and I gradually begin to feel some relief at catching up on the arrears. We are five days behind and I know from past experience that once the actual experience fades from the memory, no matter how detailed were my notes on the track, the freshness of the description is jeopardised.
Not much else to report from today. We stopped for a sandwich sitting in the high street ...
... move on to let the next person have a go. Somehow there is nothing which connects you to the artist quite so much as a drawing - you really feel his hand right there. That searching line as he tries to find the exact curve of a limb or a face... amazing.
In the evening, to the Eagle and Child pub, which is where Tolkein and CS Lewis, and others, used to meet to discuss literary matters; "The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe" was proofed there, ...
Last night we got to the B&B around 7.30 and met the lady who owned the house. Nice house but she was a little strange and quite a few rules that we had to follow, which was fine, it was really just general courtesy and cleanliness. We stayed in last night but this morning we got up bright and early so that we would have a full day exploring. Basically Oxford is full ...
I had my first encounter with a hedgehog this morning as we returned from Marlborough. He was lying dead in the road as we drove by so after asking to stop I moved his body into the bushes, shedding a tear for him as I said goodbye. His body was intact and still warm and as I lifted him up I could feel the prickliness of his tiny ...
... Divinity School, which also requires a stiff admission. We peered through the window though. There were many other buildings in the are with ancient architecture and it made me wish I could attend the university. It would be fascinating to attend a school with so much history and luster. So many great minds were educated under those walls. Simply fascinating.
A little further up the road there was a narrow alley called St Helens Passage, which led to a pub ...