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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Last night, once I'd had the joy of seeing 5 strangers starkers, I met two lovely Australians back at the hostel making up for all the people I didn't meet at hostels while I was camping all the time! Although they didn't think I was Australian...they thought I was English. Which I think is something I need to get used to. Oxford is such a different place to London in so many ways. Just changing topic there. For one, there is no underground, ...
... we have so many students at Pembroke we have to have two dinner sittings - 5-6PM and 6-7PM.
Now it is almost time to leave for the closing ceremony at the Sheldonian. I'm going over early with the a cappellas to hopefully rehearse a few times. We haven't had as much practice as I'd like, but I have some really talented singers so hopefully it will all go well.
More later tonight.... or tomorrow afternoon...
... is tricky, because at some points it shares a track with the Circle line, but then at other points it sprouts off like branches on a tree to hit random parts of London where none of the other lines go. We went into Baker Street station to catch the Circle line around to Westminster, but we ended up on a District line train by mistake. And while we were on it we realized it was headed the wrong direction, so we got off at Paddington to switch to the ...
... 15 minutes when I got so light-headed and tired that I thought I either needed to go back to College immediately or curl up for a nap somewhere in the Samurai Clans of 15th Century Japan exhibit. I opted to go back to College, and then passed out until 3:30, just in time for my shift! I met our new PA, Andy, who was hired to replace Emma since she moved over to Corpus. He seemed very nice, although I only talked to him for about five ...
... Ruth and I explained to him that it is not the best decision to stick a metal object into an electronic machine, and that room keys are £25 to replace and so should not used in a situation where they might be lost inside a washing machine. He went back later and somehow manage to get his key free, so it was a happy ending over all, and the teenage brain continues to mystify me.
The hour after check in before we can close the office ...