The Westwood Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... 3pm. Check in was a nightmare and we had lots of problems with our room. We weren't the only ones unhappy with the hotel and we formed an alliance with four other guests. Our gang of pensioners (they all had bus passes) and us hopped on the bus in central Oxford. They were great and suggested where to get off and how to get back. The city really has character and I absolutely love the atmosphere and buildings. The only negative would be the young ...
... degrees, because Becca and Pete are starting theirs soon and I mentioned how I'm thinking of getting another one if I stay in teaching. Then Natasha asked me the question that keeps coming up from the Brits - would I ever consider living in the UK? I answered honestly that I could see myself living here, but an actual move like that would be very complicated. Especially since I don't have a permanent job over here.
When I got back to the office ...
... that the students did a great job. Michael complimented my creativity and skill in putting together the mash-up, and that was nice to hear. Justin Bangs from the NY office came as well, and he and Pete both asked about my tattoos. Those always become a topic of conversation when I wear my tiny shoes. I told Pete about how important SMCM was to me, and how I used the tattoos as a way to commemorate that. After a while Anne and I decided that ...
... toy, or an umbrella, and you can't move down the main street for the people.
There are still many locals about though. You can't sustain a town of this size without the support staff, and they have to live here. And the thousands of bicycles parked around the city testify to the sheer number of local people still about.
Many English cities have pedestrian malls in the town centre, where mediaeval streets are often too narrow for modern traffic to ...
... better as classrooms. So depending on what decisions get made tonight, we may have to move tomorrow. I'm really hoping we get to stay where we are, because I love our office. There are so many great memories in that room, and it works so well for everything we have to do in there. I figured either way I would find out tomorrow, so I decided to head to bed. If we move, we move. If not, student welcome packets, here I come!
Love to you all!