Deddington Arms Hotel
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... Did not help a bit storm changed direction and increased in intensity. Now, not only were we thoroughly wet, but we were also lost and after wandering around some very narrow roads in the rain and at one stage getting stuck behind a tractor, we decided to use the GPS. It took us to the A41 near Bicester and lo and behold the sun came out. Travelling through Aylesbury, ...
... had to wear shorts and my son almost naked when they went out to the zoo in the sunshine of mid summer.
This year the weather is different. They forecast 20 degree and some shower. So this got to be a windy and chill summer.
I arrived Heathrow airport very early in the morning of the 9 th of August : temperature read at 14 degree celsius! ...
... different mythological creatures, bird heads, and untranslatable symbolism.
Most amazing of all was to stand at the base of a yew tree, whose trunk was 7 feet in diameter, that predates the church and to think of the many people, young and old, pagan and believer, who had stood in the same place for hundreds of years prior. We just don't have history like that in America.
The rest of the afternoon I explored downtown Oxford with ...
... meet, teachers kept coming in asking where they should meet, and then the porters showed up because some of our students used their master key to get into their bedrooms last night and never returned the key. The porters were not happy, but I was like, ummm getting on a bus now. Sorry? We were supposed to meet by the Sheldonian at 9:30 to board the buses, but at 9:20, just as I was walking out, a girl came in with allergies. Her throat was ...
... end they have employed over 150 local unemployed or homeless people to work on the site and of these 77 have gained apprenticeships and a further 40 have full time work as a result of their time on site. Very impressive achievement for a multinational construction firm that could simply be profit based.
I am able to get this blog written because we declared today a REAL rest day - off again tomorrow but you'll have to wait for the next entry to hear about ...