The Maytime Inn
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... are really being entertained. Off to Stratford on Avon to see a shakespearean play called "Two Gentlemen of Verona" on Tuesday and very much looking forward to that. So me lovelies off we go on the next stage of our holiday in Britain. So it is now Saturday afternoon and we are preparing for an Aussie BBQ . The saying "The business of life is the acquisition of memories" was never truer as we acquire so many with so many people. Marvellous Until the next time , take care our lovelies ...
... session, Gray and I popped into the Ashmolean so he could see the Pre-Raphaelites and the dodo - I had a feeling he'd love the Pre-Raphaelites with their technical brilliance and preponderance of pretty girls, and he did. I stayed on for a little while to finish looking at the basement level, which I had skimped on yesterday, and then was feeling so awful that I almost went back to College, but once I was out in the open air I started to ...
... Missy Elliott (Tom E.), Nelly (Kelly), Faye (Adam), Notorious NAT (Natalie), Lahr Dawg (Larry), THT (Tom W.), and T Dongle (Thomas). There are more, but I'm so tired now I am blanking on them. I'll add them later.
Time in: Ruth, Nancy, and I couldn't go because we had to close tonight, so the office was pretty quiet after everyone left. Ruth and I covered check in at Rokos Quad and had a lovely chat about general life ...
... he brought reinforcements to assist with the coffee order. Apparently we were confused the previous night. So on our third evening there we had the two waiters for all courses. You might think we should have ventured elsewhere but these two were way too entertaining. We may have even cracked an invite to a wedding!! I suspect there's not that many people in the village to invite!! In contrast, Oxford feels like you're in the middle of stuff happening. From a distance ...
... men of all different ages dressed up having fun and putting on a great show. Next there was a parade down the Main Street and up to Shakespeare's birth place. Great pageantry, pomp and ceremony with a marching band, people in costume, dignitaries, crowds waving flags and everyone enjoying the beautiful spring day. Sooo lucky to have happened upon this lovely event! It just shows that sometimes the best things happen when one has no plans. Then, after a stop ...
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