The Lamb Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
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Starting with pleasure gardens, which is actually a bunch of different areas in itself, we began in the butterfly gardens and it was beautiful ! Humid, as all butterfly gardens are, but the butterflies and finches fly around you and are always up for having their picture taken :D. After that we entered the maze and attempted to find our way out - but just ended up exiting the same way we came in .. so I think that means we didn't figure it out. But apparently ...
... odd! I'd love to see one in the wild though! They are huge!!! I was so tired by that point that I decided to go and book a hostel for the night. My train isn't until tomorrow night so I need somewhere to go. And then I uploaded my blogs...all 2 months of them. Yeah, I probably should explain that. So when I was getting towards the end of my time in Ireland I left it for a few days and it grew. I kept a note of all the days I ...
Today and tomorrow are "Degree Days" in Oxford. 7,000 students graduate every year, so they have several degree days throughout the year to present them with their undergraduate, post graduate and doctorate degrees. The annual student body numbers 22,000 and they come from over 140 countries. No longer a male bastion, there is an even number of ladies to ...
... on art and architecture and another on comparing eastern and western literature in the Victorian era. The older buildings in the center of town are amazing. We are just a 10 minute walk to the Radcliffe Camera and all the surrounding colleges. Usually our classes get done around 1 and we go exploring afterwards. We've gone to a couple pubs and it's amazing how different the atmosphere is. The pubs are in old buildings that usually are narrow and skinny ...
First, the tragic news that I have lost what I refer to as "my little machine." This is a Sony Walkman that has all kinds of soothing in music and hypnotherapy tracks that I listen to so I can get to sleep. Even the Insomnia Doctor approves.
But it did not make it to Oxford with us. After tearing apart all my luggage last night at bed time, all I could come up with is: GONE. Left in the bedclothes in London, probably. Jerry offered to hold ...