Pine Castle Hotel
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... in their completed course evaluations and returning equipment, classrooms had to be packed up and cleaned, and a few faculty want us to store everything they own and all of their students' projects, so it was a bit frustrating trying to explain that our storage unit simply will not hold all of the engineering students' model bridges. I was able to nip out to get lunch and then came back to help sort changing departure ...
... were usually cut off - ick!! Many other fun facts were revealed. Fun was had by all!
We then went to the Ashmolean Museum - free to all entrants - as are many large, prestigious museums in England. Many beautiful, interesting, amazing, thought-provoking, awe-inspiring
objects of art from many places in the world. It is 2nd only in size to the British Museum. Many of the archeological findings in the museum were discovered by Oxford ...
... out metaphorical fires. I spent most of the night backstage, first guarding the door to the girls' changing room and then organizing the groups backstage before they went on. We quickly developed a great system - I stood as watchdog at the door to the main room and called for the next group, then Lauren and Andy would gather all the group members, I would wait for a break in the show and let them in, and then Tom would meet them on the other side of ...
... again, so Ruth and I handled the Program Office. Emma came over to visit for a bit and brought green Pringles. Happiness in a can. :)
Everyone has been really nice about my stupid sickness. Everyone I see asks how I'm feeling, and that they hope I'm feeling better. I've got thirty minutes left of shift, and then I'm hoping to get straight to bed and get at least seven hours before morning shift tomorrow.
Good night! :)
... for dinner as well. Emma seems to be fitting right in at Corpus, and they love having her, which is no surprise, so that is great for her. After dinner Joe, Anne, and I watched YouTube videos of different people singing Let It Go, and Marta and debated about the answer to today's Gargoyle riddle. Here is the riddle...let's see if you can figure it out...
"Brothers and sisters have I none.
That man's father is my father's ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Pine Castle Hotel Oxford
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