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... birds and wildlife in the area and throughout Britain.
Monday we opt for the closest birding hot spot which is just a half mile down the road from our cottage. It is run by the Norfolk Wildlife Trust. They have a new and very nice building with the ever present tea shop, bathrooms and some very helpful personnel. We head out the hides to see the Spoonbills which have just migrated in. Sure ...
... books from the 17th century. We saw one book that was from the 1500’s that had hand written notes in the margin referencing Robin Hood and Sherwood Forest. We took a quick look at the chapter house then cathedral itself but then had to go move the car! We found a place in the shopping area called Steep Hill which won Britian’s Greet Street 2012 award. It is so charming. We stopped for lunch then made our way back to ...
Hi once again everyone I am now in the country side in England staying with my aunt and uncle but I would like to tell you about staying in oxford. On Monday we went shopping in Oxford and it was great fun. I bought some new shoes and clothes from some posh and trendy shops and then we did a bit of sight seeing like looking at the old colleges which are in lots of movies and shows ...
... orange van brought me home, I generously gave him a couple of pound to buy a beer, it turns out he owns a local pub :)
Ray and Mary's daughter who runs a B & B, is also a hairdresser, she came and gave us a trim, need to look respectable for the home arrival.
We went to The Swan for a farewell dinner, beautiful food, I had the Spare Ribs - melt in your mouth, plus ...
... structure is breathtaking - I don't feel so cheated as the visit to Westminster was anything but meaningful, 1000's tourist, today was sheer bliss.
Across the Green was where Oliver Cromwell had his house .
Within the Cathedral there was a museum of Stained Glass, much has come from disused Churches, Abby's etc and is the only Museum of it's kind in the UK.