Travelodge Thame Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... this big metal box which has little hangers inside all labeled for every room in College with a key. Emma and Alex sorted the keys out by letter, and then I was able to figure out which letters went with which staircases and put the keys back on their proper hangers. It didn’t take long, but it was gloriously fulfilling. Emma and I also decided to throw in one last batch of laundry, because the laundry at Corpus is a silly complicated system and we ...
... her a totally unique dress. After she left the dress maker she went to a cafe for tea, and she met a bus boy who was also human. I don't remember his name either, but he was Asian and very quirky and street smart. They got to talking, and I think in the dream they met again, but eventually they fell in love, and the girl learned how terrible the aliens were to the humans. She decided to help the guy overthrow the aliens, and she ...
... took that as my cue to return to my room.
I have the morning off tomorrow, but I can't decide if I want to go to church or give my ankle the morning off. Blackfriars is roughly a 15 minute walk, so it wouldn't be too bad, but I do need my ankle back in full working order. And I have a Seminar meeting at 1PM tomorrow, before the garden party at 3PM and shift at 4PM. Whoever invented the phrase "Lazy Sunday" obviously never heard of OxTrad.
Good night all!
... out my window and noticed that tonight is the first night of the full moon. Now it all makes sense.
This morning I was awoken at 6AM by the Pembroke scouts who sounded as if they were racing metal shopping carts past my room through the Staircase 9 breezeway. This continued until 7:30, when I decided I was fighting a losing battle and just got up. I then proceeded to hit my head on the sink while washing my face, drop and scratch a ...
... Emma, and I have “seniority” over the rest of the group because we’ve been here the longest. That put some things into new perspective.
After dinner Tom and Emma walked back to my room for more visiting and catching up. They tried to help me get on the internet, but to no avail, so this will have to post tomorrow once I have my log in information. For now, it is time for bed, since I know 7AM is going to come very soon.
Love and hugs to you ...