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... the oldest in town. Push bikes are the means of transport and there are millions of them - creates a great atmosphere. After a short wander around we make our way to the railway station to catch a train to our starting point within the Cotswolds - Morton-on-Marsh being just 40 minutes away. The town is one that has the tourist all sorted, many wonderful olde world looking shop fronts with tourist odds and sods along with the obligatory tea rooms and upmarket B & B's. ...
... related to Churchill. I was looking at what constituted literally a lifetime of collecting.
This place is obviously so important to the country's recent history, but it is in such a bad state of repair. Most of the huts built during the war seem to be falling down around themselves and many of the structures in general are in a bad state. They clearly need more money here so that they can seriously start preserving their history.
... used to own the pub and was going that way, so walked us across Port Meadow (big Common outside Oxford) and set us right. Serendipity! Caught a taxi back to Oxford after what can only be described as the worst meal of our trip and escaped to the Ashmolean Museum for the afternoon.
The Ashmolean had an exhibition of drawings from the masters (Michelangelo, Raphael, Titian, Rubens etc.), which was a ...
... exploring Christ Church. Christ Church is not just a cathedral, but a college as well, and one of the largest in Oxford. It is also a major part of our Harry Potter tour in England. Many scenes from The Philosopher's Stone were filmed right on sight, including the cloisters, the staircase, and the dining hall. I could just picture myself being welcomed into Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and then being ...
... br> I spent a lot of time sleeping the last couple of days and now life is slowly returning to normal.
The big news is that Anna has been offered and accepted to do a Masters in Journalism at Columbia, so she will be off to New-York early August, for 10 months.
I will now close this blog, thank you to all who have been following it and sent me encouraging feedback.