Travelodge Thame Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I finally handed in my notice at work; yet excitement levels are low. My excitement levels rarely peak above mediocre lately, which is boring.
I should be euphoric, having nearly handed in my notice at least 5 times in the past year and a half (not including the 20 or so times I nearly did it in moments of sheer despair). But nearly is the operative word, and those 5 times signify 5 failed job interviews.
I hardly want to say it out loud. It ...
... we chatted about the program and Tom's tickets to Hamlet. His mom was quite excited about the Hamlet tickets. I’d never been to the Ashmolean restaurant, and it was very nice. I got red pepper risotto that was very good, but that is when the trouble started. It was my own fault. I hadn't had anything to eat or drink since the night before, about 15 hours, and putting risotto into a completely empty stomach is like jumping from the wading pool into the ...
... meal and move on to the next thing; to just sit, and enjoy time with friends.
After lunch Emma had to head back to Corpus and I had some errands to run in town, so we split up. I made it back to Pembroke just in time for my shift, and the office was crazy again. The ADs are all running around finalizing plans for tomorrow night, the deans are all running around trying to finish the check-out packets and procedures, and Larry ...
... frustrated me because I let a "sugar ****" slip. Tom and Pete thought that was the funniest thing ever, and I haven't heard the end of it since.
When I got back to Pembroke Natalie had the idea to go hang out at the pub for a while, so I went with her, Kate, Lauren, and Greg the Med Sci teacher and chatted for a while. It was fun, but it suddenly occurred to me that it is midnight and I have to be up by 6:45 for shift, so I left. Ugh.
... driven up on a kerb (the British way to spell curb) in an attempt to avoid the cars coming at us on the right. We'll just say that's out of my mom's playbook on
'How to Drive in Philadelphia.' While we're on the subject of learning to drive in England, you are supposed to only use your fog lights in the most dire instances, for they may 'dazzle' other drivers. No, they don't say 'blind' because that just isn't fancy enough.We finally got to our B&B around dinner time. It's ...