Off The Beaten Track
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... a Norman nobleman Miles Crispin of Wallingford and by the 1400's it belonged to Roger Bigod, second Early of Norfolk. We particularly enjoyed the grand spectacle of the setting and the large pair of griffins which provided a dramatic entrance to the magnificent gardens.
All the distractions of the day had left us still with a fair walk ahead of us and so we set about some serious head down, bum up exertion. It was 3pm, much later than I ...
... have the copies all finished in a few hours. Again, I was like, sorry what now? But he assured me that it was no problem, and that the copies would be ready by this evening. I felt a bit ridiculous for running around like a maniac all morning, but I supposed that is better than taking too long and not leaving enough time for the copying.
On our way back from the copy shop, Tom took me by C.S. Lewis' old house, which was so cool! There isn't even a sign ...
... leading up to the top of the tower we extremely narrow and steep. And walking the two mile height was not an easy task. But we made it! And you can see so many different things.
We then went shopping in some of the shops on High Street, Cornmarket Street and Broad Street. And while the shops advertised sales, the prices still amazed us all. We all found something in one of the small campus shops on Broad Street and I found a lovely Harry Potter ...
... 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 ...
... stickers floating around and there's finally a picture of me there. Because I'm red-eyed, I've been walking around singing 'I am a vampire' song for a while. Daphne was a darling and made me Baileys and hot chocolate. I'm still a bit red in the eye but I'm not as itchy and it's no longer trying to give me gucky colour, helping my theory that it's viral.
There's a wedding down either two or three stories and I can hear it clearly, the bass ...
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