The Shaven Crown Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... second largest maze in the world, if that means anything to you.
Once we found our way out of the maze, we headed towards the palace and started exploring. It being a Saturday, there were probably 10 tour buses of people making their way through the palace and the grounds - making the palace rooms rather busy and crowded, it was nearly impossible to stop and enjoy the detail, look at pictures, or read anything of the signs describing the rooms and their trappings. Moving ...
... write about and what had happened but since I have no laptop I am writing...and have written all of those blogs on my phone. Now, it's easier for me to type on my phone than a computer, but it was hard to start with. And that is why I have taken so long. I am sorry. I am now sitting in the New Oxfort Theatre, ready to watch the Full Monty. So while you finish reading this, I am going to watch some people strip to starkers on stage. Lisa xo ...
... last college to admit ladies was Oriel in 1985!
While Paula arm wrestled the washer and dryer at our residence, I took a tour of the Bodleian Library. It was established in the 14th century, denuded of its books and then reestablished by Thomas Bodley. It is entitled to receive a copy of every book, paper, music, published in the UK. It has ...
... side little rooms. Similar to the Wycliffe dorms, the pubs are furnished with a mishmash of chairs and tables. The pubs aren't themed like they are in the US. Each one serves pretty much only beer and ale along with an assortment of fish and chips sort of dishes. Most of them have names like "The blank and the blank." Just replace the blanks with the first thing that comes into your brain and you've got a typical English pub name. The Eagle and the ...
... all night as a substitute, but this bed is so big I could hardly reach him. Instead I did deep-breathing-from-the-diaphram, which seemed to work. I''m going to call the rental agency this morning on the off chance that someone found it and that it isn't churning in some industrial strength washer.
So! Yesterday afternoon we had a two-hour tour of Oxford University, provided by An Official Guide who wore a emblem around his neck. and ...