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Glorious weather (to hot for some) all the tourist attractions were packed with visitors. The inn I stayed at last night were hopeless 08.30 breakfast meant that's when the chef got up, didn't get going till 10. 21 miles and 5000ft of ascent , I'm well and truly cream crackered, be glad of an easy 15 ...
... like spokes on a wheel, all radiating from a huge round about. As long as you could find your way back to that round about, you would never be lost. We kept walking past numerous clothing stores, book stores and of course tea shops. We finally got to Shakespeare's birthday place, a house which has been a little restored but for the most part left the same as it was. If you weren't looking for it, you probably wouldn't have noticed that it was a point of interest. It ...
... to think) I tucked the arm under my arm and it's now got pride of place on a stone in my garden as a permanent reminder of our LEJoG.. Not that I need a reminder, I will never forget it. We stopped in Edinburgh for a quick lunch, again Henry and I didn't want to stop we just wanted to get home, but of course poor Prof was driving so obviously needed a break from time to time. We saw Edinburgh's castle from a distance. admired the city's beautiful architecture, heard ...
... Christmas gifts (they spent Christmas day with Jane's family). We ordered a "curry" take away (Indian food) and enjoyed a nice meal together in their home.
December 28- I joined Ed for a half day at his office. He has an hour long commute, the first half through rolling countryside and various villages. The office is in a business center in the industrial town of Northhampton. I was introduced to a few of his colleagues as I sat in their ...
... without worrying about papers and exams and the dreaded thesis, our minds only on beauty and history of this coveted university city. Let me elaborate on some of the brilliant authors that have lived, studied, and taught in Oxford. Charles Dodgson (you may know him more by his pen name, Lewis Carroll) resided and taught at Christ Church College and wrote one of my absolute favorite collection of stories, Alice ...
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