Premier Inn Oxford
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to cross while all I was wearing were my trainers (sneakers). My friend attempted to piggy back me across the river, lets just say it ended with me falling off of her back, luckily landing on my feet, cutting my leggings where I believe some barbed wire was involved. After that debacle, we made it to ruins of a nunnery and then was able to pet some ponies. Unfortunately, I previously gave up on seeing the ...
... only ones I had brought with me which I was wearing had broken and one was absolutely soaking, as was my foot. So I darted in & out of several shops but having large paddles for feet the task proved quite difficult. However good old Marks & Spencer looked hopeful but I ran out of time as I needed to get back to the boys, so grabbed a whole lot of M&S pre-prepared food and raced back to the hotel. We ate the food on the beds watching telly and then all settled down for an early ...
... Tom, Adam, Joe, Pete, Natasha, and Becca - went over to a pub called The King's Arms (KA, for short). It was a lot of fun. We ate popcorn and Kate bought these horrible fried pigskin things that smelled like cow manure but for some reason everyone kept eating. Pete kept putting the bowl in front of me to try and get me to eat one, but I thought I might throw it up they smelled so disgusting. I got to talk to Pete a bit more tonight too, which was fun. It ...
... 8AM and tried talking to me, but I just kept saying, "No...no...sleeping..." and she eventually went away.
I finally woke up for real around 10AM, got a bagel from G&Ds and headed over to Corpus to work on my new arrangement for a cappella. I'm mashing Let It Go from Frozen and Unconditionally by Katy Perry, and they actually work together really well so I think the song will be good. It was fun to get back to writing, ...
... the majors were all sorted I walked over to Corpus because I was in charge of the plan to move the kids to their minors. In years past the plan was always that the kids would walk from their majors to their home College and then be sorted into their minors. But this year I pointed out that in some cases that will have kids needlessly walking back and forth - like, if a kid lives in Pembroke but both his/her major and minor are in Corpus then that kid would ...