Deddington Arms Hotel
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... were transported from areas of bombing to live in safer places. Being a smallish island, there were not many places to escape from bombing raids. The gardens are lovely, with colorful flower borders, a large kitchen garden, a large lily pond and a shaded bog garden. The garden are on terraces which slope down to the large lily pond or mirror pool. The art collection was amazing! The family also collected ...
... and suddenly it was 7:30AM and I had 30 minutes to get dressed, eat breakfast, and get to the office. Damn leprechaun. I'll never know now if Dean and I successfully defeated it.
I ate breakfast with Greg, the Med Sci teacher, and I made it to the office by 8:04. Not too bad. Adam was there and we had our standard morning parade of sick students asking to miss class, and teachers looking for students who weren't in class. Today was ...
Today was pack up time.
For Bristol. After 10 days staying with my lovely circus friend Andy and so much circusness all around it was time to move on.But I wasn't going alone.
Andy and I were driving up to oxford today to go and see Albie! Another one of my adorable circus friends. I met Albie and Andy both at EJC in France.
We spend the whole trip there talking, driving ...
... Slough (rhymes with cow..I overheard another [English] passenger say that it sounds like a disease, therefore easing my mind of any guilt in the matter...I would never have said so, but now you mention it...), and Reading (rhymes with bedding; and now you know why English is such a difficult language...it was invented by the British). The train was very very fast, very smooth, and very comfortable...inevitable comparisons with Australia's train system snuck treacherously ...
... 8216;suck’ the dead skin from your feet hence why they are very popular with spa goers.
I first saw this on The Only Way Is Essex but on a much bigger scale (a small pool not a foot spa filled with the fish). I went shopping with my friend in Oxford and in the middle of the shopping centre they had ...