The Bull Hotel
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... lunch, "Three Goats Heads". Great little pub that was just above street level and just below it, so you could see out of the windows at both levels. We took the bus again to head to the water. Oxford is in the confluence of the Thames and the River Cherwell. The Oxford Canal, Castle Mill Stream, and the Hollywell Mill Stream are on the outskirts also. On the tour we discovered that The Eagle and Child, the pub we went to ...
... we were on our way to Paddington Station to board a train to Oxford.
I'd had a sensational day the day before, meeting up with my West Marin pal, Elisabeth Ptak, and her truly-foodie daughter Claire, who's written cookbooks, opened a restaurant in London, and started out at Chez Panisse. We went to the Courtauld Gallery and looked at the wonderful art and not an overwhelming amount of it. Then lunch--not at ...
... to cover all angles. Also a bite zapper from Amazon (stumbled on this but it has excellent reviews) and a ton of 100% DEET (its a repellent not an insecticide so I'm not worried about using it).
Hopefully this is the last time I'll need to think about insect bites. Incidentally when we had our last set of injections Izzy showed the nurse a particularly bad bite and was told it was from a false black widow spider, so weird bites happen even here!
... now the flights are paid for and I can't work out whether to feel excited or petrified. Maybe in a couple of years time we'll be destitute, penniless, unemployable. Or worse, captives in some jungle guerilla hideout.
So, the list of things still to do is about four pages long (thats just the house and garden, never mind the actual trip or selling the business).
written by Fran
... ago. We managed to convince the attendant that we were students, thereby paying a lower entry fee than all other visitors other than children and seniors.
At the main door we were greeted by a young man who, judging by his fruity accent, was an aristocrat on his uppers. We walked through a very interesting series of rooms devoted to Winston Churchill who had grown up in the palace and proposed to his future wife Clementine in the gardens which formed part of his ...