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... we cross the lock gates and weir to continue on to the other side of the river. To our left is Whittenham Clumps, a hillock with some trees atop. Apparently it's well worth the climb but it's not for us today. Instead we turn right along the path which will take us round the large horseshoe bend of the river to Clifton Hampden. The meadow walk is somewhat challenging with large areas of churned up mud and hidden bog which takes us by surprise...we must ...
... the toll booth and missed completely. He then couldn't quite get the door open to get out and pick up all of the coins. Doug and I were in hysterics watching him. He was wearing white shorts, socks with sandals and had his glasses on a leash. We passed him later down the road and his wife was sitting in the back seat. Probably was a good thing that we had seen him or it could have just as easily been us.
We just cruised our way to Oxford and got ...
... see an enormous palace situated beside a tree rimmed lake, geese wandering the grass beside the road. With open mouths, we park and walk through the portico which looks more like an entrance to a pantheon than a family home, with it's elaborate wrought ironwork and gold filigree. The Great Court was designed specifically to impress and overpower the visitor does just that. It's three city blocks wide and lined with tan gravel. The Romanesque columns on the ...
... leather heels and wedges. I would fall on my face if I tried to wear those, and they make the girls walk like there is something stuck up their butts.
After both dinners finished we headed over to the Town Hall. That was an adventure - walking 300 teenagers across St. Aldate's Road during the rush period of the day. Plus we kept getting separated by hoards of tourists. Stupid tourists.
The ceremony was very nice. Each teacher got up and gave ...
... br> Throughout the week we received responses to our invitation in the form of Christmas cards from neighbours offering their regrets. We hadn't actually asked people to respond, so it was a little up in the air as to how many people would actually show.
Ed, his parents and I planned to attend a Christmas eve Midnight Communion at 11:30 PM, so we relaxed and watched some television programs until we walked to the St Mary's Church (a beautiful church ...