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Chrisscott stayed here on Nov 10, 2014 during their trip titled: Chrisscott's Great Adventure.
Travelled to Oxford via Thame using back roads - arrived around midday and were gratified to find that the room was available.Walked into town and gawked at all the old buildings and spired colleges. Room was great and hotel is very convenient to town, but hotel staff are mostly foreign and do not have much ...
... stuff the student packets. Except I was supposed to be buying lunch for the little communications people, so I ran over to the Harold Lee to see if they were ready for lunch. They were still presenting when I arrived, so I waited for a few minutes but then figured they would find me when they got hungry enough, and left.
I set everyone up stuffing packets in the room across from the Program Office. Several people commented that I seemed really stressed ...
... or Oxford's colleges and Nero's? Oxford's (and Stratford's) theatres or Hay on Wye's Literature Festival? Leominster's Morrison's supermarket or Oxford's Waitrose? The Harry Potter-like setting of the Clock Tower in Broxwood or Tolkien's local, the Eagle and Child in Oxford?
So--Oxford, the decider. Our possible future Clock Tower life will now be unrealised and we'll be moving into a bijou residence in Chipping Camden in late May.
... to the farthest one, which went under the delightful name of Gallows Hill. Gazing across these ancient earthworks it was easy to understand why people had lived here thousands of years ago. Knowing the Mary earth energy line was perfectly aligned through them only reinforced the sense that these people were more attuned to nature than we now are. Despite the persistent throb and plaintive roar of the metal beasts passing along the road below this place ...