BEST WESTERN Linton Lodge Hotel
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... oryx! I knew him, Horatio!") Documenting the demise of nearly every species ever to exist has never seemed like this much fun since Genesis!
And finally, attached to the natural history museum, and housed in another large chamber, is the Pitt Rivers Museum. Let me take a moment here. This is not your typical collection. I don't mean to grouse. I really don't. But my goodness, what a dog's dinner this turned out to be!
Display cases with ...
... the Dean award. This was the first Dean award I’ve ever given that I agree 100% that the kid was deserving of it, so I’m glad I got to be the one to present it.
After the ceremony it was time for the bop! We were all a bit unsure as to how the bop would go, given that we were in such tight quarters. We were basically restricted to the quad by Tom’s staircase – a very pretty area next to the chapel, but small – and the ...
... Fat Boyz delivery instead. When we got back we discovered Greg and Ellie had spent the afternoon making a list of food puns based on London Tube stops, to match the Ball theme ("King's" hot "Cross"ed Buns, etc.). Larry's friend Mike Hills stopped by for a bit; he is working on OxSem with us, so he came to visit and then they all went out to a pub.
The evening hours were a bit hectic in the office. First Fatih and Wiebe stopped by, and that ...
... stuff really only had to be updated and tweaked, so hopefully it wouldn't take long.
After the meeting I popped in to Rymans to buy folders for the faculty packets, and envelopes for our room keys. In past years we've sorted the keys into big bags, one for each staircase, for check in day. But I found that never worked very well because then we'd have to go rummaging through this huge bag of keys while the kid is standing there waiting. So ...
... Palace. This is where queenie grew up and now the home of Wills and Kate. Take a double decker bus down past all the gates along Hyde Park, past the deck chairs with people sunning them selves onto Knightsbridge. This was more by good luck than good fortune as M- L wanted to get just one more Harrods bag. Time enough for train back to Picadilly Circus, grab a sandwich, water the horses then onto our show. For those that saw the Jersey Boys ...