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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... like it. I began my day with a quick stop at the undercover markets to buy a scarf because I seriously under estimated how bloody cold it was going to be. It's really gone winter now. I think that brings my scarf tally to...9? Then I was straight on the best walking tour of any city I have ever been on. The guide, Victoria, was just brilliant! I didn't know this but Oxford University and Oxford City are the same thing. There are so ...
... the regular urology ward. The nurse told me that my student would be called for surgery very soon and suggested that I come immediately, so I checked with Larry, called a cab, and was back at the hospital by 8:30. My student was in good spirits, although very hungry and thirsty from fasting all night. I bought her a little stuffed animal at the hospital gift shop as a good luck charm before surgery. I visited with her for a while, and she finally ...
... and battered from the light abuse, so we sprinted to our rooms for bedtime. All in all, an adventurous, satisfying final day off.
I can't believe we only have one week left here. I feel like it went so fast, much faster than last year. I wish I could have more time to spend with my friends here, but our schedules are so hectic that that is proving difficult. But I have to make a point of it, because once OxTrad is over, it's over. At least until next summer.
Apparently I missed quite a lot of excitement last night because I went to bed so early. Isn't that always the way? I got a call from Tom at about 11:30PM; at the time I didn't understand much because I was in a sleepy stupor, but I heard something about students talking outside of my room and could I hear what they were saying? I tried my best, but all I could hear was some boy shouting across the quad about a SpongeBob/Squidward picture he ...
... out to get a Mission Burrito for lunch. By the time I got back it was time for the AD's to take the students to Port Meadow for a picnic and games. A few of the classes were doing a field trip to Broughton Castle instead, but most of the classes were going to the Meadow. I agreed to stay behind a watch the office, mainly because it was such a chill day and I wanted to eat my burrito. So everyone else left...and then chaos erupted. A girl showed up with her ...