Hawkwell House Hotel
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... Museum in London, so manage the scale of displays on offer, we selected early English, Saxon and Viking areas. The surprise in what we saw was the detail and fine jewellery that had been created with relatively limited tools. As we wandered to try and find our way out of the exhibition, we browsed collections of early European porcelain, silver, rings and watches, together with paintings by Gainsborough, Turner and Constable.
To add to ...
... Sir Christopher Wren, built in 1663;
- Magdalen (pronounced mawd-len) College, founded in 1458, is set amongst 40 hectares of woodlands, river walks and deer park, and is one of Oxford's wealthiest and most beautiful colleges. We learnt that in the First World War, the deer were classified as vegetables, to deter people from poaching!
We had lunch at Oxford's oldest pub, The Bear (established in 1242), where even I had to ...
... Lottie, Erica, and Andy.
Joe is a PA at Corpus. He started out at Pembroke but had to move to Corpus because they didn't have any guys, and for security reasons each office has to have males and females. Joe attended Pembroke, and he just graduated with a degree in biology. He wants to do something with marine biology, and he loves scuba diving. Joe is great fun. When he is on the job, he is always willing to help out with ...
... equally excited about the Pringle fairy. They let me hide my gifts in the doorway as planned and pretended to be surprised, and then we all snacked on Pringles. Even though my surprise didn't work out quite the way I'd hoped, they still were happy about the snacks and the cute little doll, and that was really the point anyway. The Pringle Fairy stands victorious!
I decided to just hang out at Corpus for a bit because at noon I had ...
... to Stratford-upon-Avon to see a play at the RSC. They're doing Two Gentlemen of Verona this year, which I've never seen.
After the game most everyone went home, but Tom, Larry, Natalie, Lauren, Kate, Adam, and I stayed and chatted for a bit. Tom asked me about doing a cappella again this year, and even offered to pay me for it! Then somehow we got on the topic of British vs American words, and we started debating the difference ...