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... s, where Gray's (much smaller) conference is happening, and I handed him over feeling like it was his first day of school or something! I hoped he wasn't going to get chivvied by officious be-suited and high-heeled women, but I don't think engineers would ever allow that to happen. They'd just look at her and go back to talking shop.
I returned to the Ashmolean where I spent the rest of the day. It's a fabulous collection - I remembered the Egyptian and Sumerian stuff from ...
... opening onto a patio garden setting. The proprietor told of Burghley House just south of the town which we will visit in the morning, after repacking our cases!! Then off to Heathrow.
... to our respective homes and see friends and family. It was such a great feeling to finally see Mitch again and give him a huge great big hug. He had been a busy boy whilst we were away, I arrived home to a lovely "welcome home card, chocolates and a totally re landscaped garden which Mitch had done and managed to keep secret from me the entire time we ...
April 22: Oxford It was about 2 hours from Lingfield to Oxford this morning, with a stop at a motorway service for coffee and email. As we arrived at the tourist information centre in Oxford, a walking tour was just assembling, so we joined it. We have discovered that we count as "seniors" in Britain… over 60, so the fee was 6 pound instead of 7.50. We have been to Oxford a couple of times before, but have never done the walking tour, so it ...
Lately there has not been much to be proud about coming from good ol Northeren Ireland. Bombs are being found all over, our education system is in chaos and one of leading businuss men owes an Irish Bank £2.5 billion pounds. (Number one.. why would someone need to borrow that amount of money? Number 2.. why in gods name would a bank LEND someone that amount?).
Anyway.. the one area that I have and always will be proud of our little island is sport. For ...