Macdonald Bear Hotel
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... br> Given that it was our last day on the road, we felt it only right to visit the champagne bar for a glass of French bubbles before we headed off. The fire alarm was activated while we were there, so we had to quickly finish off our drinks before being evacuated! We are staying at Marguerite and Norman's again for a couple of nights, which has been a real treat: we get to sleep in a real bed for the first time in about 3 ...
... Churchill was born, and then later married. He was not a direct heir to this palace, in that his father was not the eldest son. He, however, spent much time at Blenheim during his formative years. One part of the palace is dedicated to Winston Churchill's well=known political and military careers. He was also a prolific painter and after his retirement from government, he was persuaded by Hallmark to have a travelling showing of ...
... hotel. We managed to get lost on the way (a surprisingly rare occasion on this trip). When we finally asked a pleasant looking couple for directions, we couldn't have been more surprised to find out they too were from Toronto. While they did not know our best route home, they did have a solution. The concierge at their hotel around the corner. We found we were only a few blocks away and after a thank you and good night we made it safely ...
... right outside my windows.
Our admin staff is divided into two groups – Pembroke and Oriel – and assigned to the respective colleges. My Pembroke team is very nice, and all super smart and efficient. We have four deans (myself included) and four program assistants, who are current Oxford students who stick around to help us navigate the school and the town and to just generally be really helpful. Our PAs are really great. Last night most ...
Welcome to London where you are told constantly in the underground to "please mind the gap" and it costs 30p to pee! Somehow we found we had an extra day up our sleeves...the beauty of not planning everything I guess, so as Kevin had badly wanted to go into London for the day it worked out well. Caught the bus from Woodstock to Oxford and then the train into London Paddington station. Pleasant journey and nice to see the country side from a higher vantage point instead of ...