The Bull at Burford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it through the one song. Time will tell if I have chosen well.
Shift has been boring. We only had major classes today, and then a Quad Function to address the recent expulsions. There is also a protest going on today in Oxford about which we had to warn the students. Apparently some ultra-conservative group called the National Front (imagine British Westboro Baptists) are protesting the arrest and conviction of some child molesters. Fun. Then some ...
... a couple of days ago so we are walking through crops and not a lot of variation in elevation. Today we walked through crops of rape seed ( used to make canola oil) , barley and wheat fields, and fields of bright red poppies. It's funny, with the Right To Roam laws we travel through the middle of farm property. They plow and plant their fields with the Cotswold Way paths in mind leaving a swath through the field that is easy for us to see and follow. Several of us are ...
... by the time we reached Clifton Lock. Another round of ONA, (Obtuse Non-Answers) had preceded at other locks as we tried to determine where to moor. "Is there good moorage at the next town?" said we. "The closest town is Abingdon, behind you" said he. "The chart shows a pub at Clifton" says we. "Clifton's not a town" says he. "So there is no pub there?" says we. "Yes, there's the Plough" says he. "Can we walk to that pub?" says we, "no you can only get there ...
... staff. They become the manager for a while and hit us with pretend cream pies. Pizza and pasta yummy. A mini made of hedge and a cycle rickshaw and back to the car for a nail biting journey back to the van as we had run out of petrol. I drop everyone off and off to the petrol station on fumes! Anne breaks into Firebrand after leaving keys in car. Robin and Emily on scooters avoiding remote control cars get a bath in the basin and Charlie and Lola entertain till bed ...
Today was another intense but amazing day. I stayed up late reading and writing an essay last night, and ended up going to bed around 2am. The sun woke me up around 6, and instead of rolling over and going back to sleep, I had to get up and get ready to walk to class! Yes, I am in the one class that does not meet in the dining room of the house haha. So I got ready, had breakfast, and headed out on the 25 minute walk into town for my class.