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Today we toured Oxford, the Cotswolds, and Shakespeare's Stratford in a small group tour (a 16-person van). We first visited Shakespeare's Birthplace and had a chance to tour his home. We did an all too brief walk around Stratford-upon-Avon and then traveled to see Anne Hathaway's cottage. We visited Burford and Stow-on-the-Wold and to the charming towns ...
... flour mill.
The tile roof on Stainsby Mill. There's a shingle with no need for a warranty. It'll last, has been lasting forever.
Another beautiful old castle along the way in the English countryside. Brougham Castle, open for a walk through, but no entry fee, nobody around.
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... t quick enough.
A Cappella sang very well. I'll admit, I was a little worried about them because we've had so few practices, but they did very well. They were so excited to perform inside the Sheldonian. Everyone told me the students were crying, and that the gorup sounded even better than last year. I was really proud of them.
After we made it out of the Sheldonian it was time to herd the students back to Pembroke for the Ball. ...
... get violent between the fans in the stands. To combat this, stadiums don't allow alcohol in the stands. After our strange bus adventure we had wanted to drown our sorrows in a good old fashioned pint, but were surprised when we learned we couldn't leave the food building with it. Instead, we all just got hot chocolate because we were chilly from the walk. When we got back to our seats, we were greeted by the friendly fans in our stand. Although they ...
... Here are some things I learned:
- There are little blue circles throughout town. They are similar to those big brown historical markers we have in the states. The one our professor pointed out was on an old house on the same street as ours. He told us that this was where the editor for the Oxford English Dictionary lived and worked on the Dictionary. For those of you who don't know (because I didn't..)that dictionary not only defines words, but it tells you ...