Ivy House Hotel
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Today was going to be a day laying back in the hotel room for a well earned foot rest. We planned to contemplate life and blog away to our hearts content. Unfortunately we were informed that despite having Wi-Fi, the service was so unreliable and slow we would not be able to upload photos or do anything that required serious strength. So, collecting up all the accoutrements of a serious blogging day like three books, two notebooks, ...
... back with Noelle, the Philosophy teacher, and we chatted about this year's students versus last year's students, and how fast the program has gone.
The Ball was great. The ADs had a balloon launch at 9:30 to start things off - they gave each student an invitation with a balloon on it, and at 9:30 we had a countdown and everyone released their balloons. It looked really cool. There are two entrances to Chapel Quad from North ...
Seeing as though i aspire to read English at Oxford University, i took a trip down to Oxford. From the moment we entered the city i was astounded by the beautiful, clean streets; people aren't kidding when they say Oxford is a cyclists haven! Literally on every street i walked down i saw at least 50 bikes chained to walls, railings, fences etc... Also that's not all, Oxford was full of Joggers too, a seriously fit city!
We parked the car and made our way ...
... of the word as well. People would write into Murray with origins to words, he eventually got so many that the floor of his house had to be reinforced because it was collapsing under the weight of the words. He later found out that the majority of the submissions were coming from one man! Who happened to be in an insane asylum!
... of a pint.
We headed back home for some lunch, then went to Honeystreet to the Barge Inn to see the crop circles information, and then to Devizes to see the Caen Hill Locks. At least, that was the intention. Even with Satnav I managed to get us thoroughly lost and we ended up circling the town for 40 minutes. However, I eventually managed to find the right thing to ...