BEST WESTERN Linton Lodge Hotel
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... some photos down in the crypt, just in case a ghost turned up on one of them. Of course they didn't, proving the sceptic in me right! The crypt served a dual purpose when it was built. Due to being naturally cold, the dead bodies were put here to stop them decomposing - right along side the food being stored. Sending a servant down to get a leg of meat could have been very interesting! At some point during this tour lo and behold the Lebara data started to work. Now ...
... is designed like a college chapel with the pews facing each other the entire length of the chancel. For visitors they also have placed additional chairs in the north and south transepts.
Evensong today went well. Tomorrow is the marathon! Three services, 10.00 Matins; 11.15 Choral Eucharist, Paula and I both have short solo pieces in the Mass setting by Darke. Then at 6.00 pm we have our last evensong.
... br> "Popping in" to the Program Office is never a good choice. In fact, it is the worst choice you can make if you are trying to leave College, because inevitably something will be going on that needs your attention. Better to just go and avoid the situation altogether. I knew this. I knew better, but I popped in anyway. Sure enough, there was a boy in the office who wears hearing aides, but his hearing aides were malfunctioning. Adam was on the phone ...
... br> It's a guy looking in a mirror! At least, that is what I thought. Marta interpreted that it was a surgeon and patient on the operating table and they are like step-siblings? I think... But Michael had the same thought as me so I'm sticking with mine.
Our meeting was at 7:15, and that was when I started feeling sick. I was just sitting there chatting with Jen and Joe, then the meeting started, and it was like someone hit me in ...
... ate lunch with the other deans and PAs. After lunch we got to go on a tour of the house, which was also really cool. One of the teachers got in trouble for sitting on the furniture. I couldn't believe he did that! We were standing in the Great Hall, and the current owner was speaking to us about the house and his family history, and this teacher came and just plopped down on this antique plush chair that was clearly meant to only be on display and ...