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... they give somewhat of an idea of how outstanding it truly is.
Along with the amazing tour and orientation sessions, I also registered for classes. Because this is STUDY abroad, I was really looking forward to meeting with my advisor to pick out classes that would be interesting, challenging, and fun. This semester I am taking Human Resource Management, Psychology of the Arts, Culture, and ...
... were also many people travelling through the city on their canal boats. On Wednesday we walked into the city again and traversed the city walls. After lunch it was off to the Cotswolds where we are staying in a large stately hotel called Dumbleton Hall. We feel like we are on the set of Downton ...
... house was close to a playground for kids, but where? Finally I texted Bridget, knowing she worked very closely, and she came to rescue me ;-) You guess it, I walked a million of times in front of their house without realizing that was where I had to be. Stupid me! Good lesson: my first discovery walk, to be done alone!
The days are in a routine now. Up around 7, breakfast, walk the dogs around 8:30-9:00, a rather calm hour, I mean, not a ...
... Cathedral. Liz said that she likes it even more that the temples of Ankor (I think she's a bit biased to her British heritage). I'm undecided - they're a different kind of awesome to me, I like how it has been maintained so well that it looks about the same as it probably did about 1000 years ago. We tried to also visit the local castle but ran out of time.
Then I got a phone call about ANOTHER job interview, this time nearby in Stafford. We're off on our bus ...
... that my mind was turning to mush, having being off work for almost a month now.
Once we got home we confirmed the plan to go to Stratford and made our way there on the proper train, Phil in tow to make sure we were on the right track. We wandered around Stratford, Gemma wrestling the urge to take photos just because she was on holiday. We saw Shakespeare's house, some ducks and the river, and decided to go to the pub to start our inevitable session. A few ...