Marsh Farm Hotel
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... now houses a museum. You can ascend to the roof which gives panoramic views of the town, surrounding countryside, the Thames and the Ridgeway National Trail. There is the curious tradition of the Mayor throwing buns off the roof and into the market square on special occasions. In the Abbey Grounds is an outline of the church, one of the first to be dissolved in 1538, by Henry VIII. We returned to Wantage by bus ...
... and Lower Slaughter in the Cotswolds. The country in this area is extremely beautiful and deep in history. We then headed to Oxford and had a walking tour of the school and an explanation of the 38 colleges at the university. Our tour guide Debbie was extremely knowledgeable as she has lived in Oxford for most of her life. The entire tour was ...
... studied there (Tolkien and C.S Lewis) and the amazing library. A promise was made many a year ago that there would be a library that held one of every book published in the UK. They currently stand at 6,000,000 books. They also have lots of secret passages underground connecting buildings. It really was a brilliant tour. And I have decided that if I go to uni, I would love to do a year at Oxford. Maybe Oxford Brook ...
... everything was already up and running, but he was willing to try anything and help in any way he could He quite literally saved us from ourselves. Plus he is just a super nice guy and fun to hang out with.
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We Silent Disco-ed for another hour or so, but at midnight my sleep shift started. During departures weekend we don't have working shifts - we have sleep shifts, ...
"Cats are the English's favorite projectile." We get lectured by the charismatic Oxford professor Allan Chapman about England's history. He regales us with the glorious history of England each morning in Wycliffe's lecture hall. A popular subject is the strong will power of the English people. Apparently, when they were displeased with a certain person or activity, it was common to throw angry cats. Dr. Chapman declared this with an energetic bang of his ...