Premier Inn Oxford
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The arrival at Oxford was a fraught as our departure from Binsted. Roadworks and software failure left Matilda incapacitated at key moments. As a result, we made several false turns and probably spent 20 minutest attempting to get our bearings through peak hour traffic, before finally arriving at a Victorian hotel right in the heart of Oxford and right opposite the famous Ashmolean Museum.
Oxford has a reputation for being expensive, ...
Last Monday I caught a coach to Oxford, and had me a long but enjoyable day. After visiting Cambridge there is no way I could have left England without seeing it's older sibling. Oxford seems to be all that Cambridge is and then more again. The one place I had wanted to visit was the Ashmolean Museum (The name had me hooked) but damn it was closed on Mondays. However I arrived at 11 am in time to take a free (I gave him $10) two hour walking tour along with 20 ...
... Becca, and a bunch of faculty. Then Lauren, Natalie, Ruth, Adam, Erica, and Pete joined us as well. It was great fun dancing with everyone and blowing off some steam. Joe and I knew most of the songs, and we took turns singing along.
I realized yesterday that I haven't done an introduction of all the new program people I've met, and that's not good. So I figured this would be a good entry for that. The new people are Joe, Pete, ...
... own bed in a shared room. She was on a lot more pain meds, which had started making her nauseous, so they also started giving her anti-nausea meds. So many pills. She was waiting for the results of an x-ray when I arrived, an x-ray that would determine her medical fate. If the stone showed up on the x-ray it would mean that the stone was dense enough that the doctors could use radiation pulses to break it apart and help her pass it quickly ...
... Michael and Larry hash things out with the Pembroke staff. Different members of the staff are more or less agreeable to giving us access to areas of the College, and it was fun to watch Larry work his Larry-ness to get us what we needed. I also met the executive chef of Pembroke, and Michael named me "Dietary Restrictions Liaison" for the program, so I have a meeting with the chef tomorrow at 10AM to talk about everyone's allergies and ...