The Westwood Hotel
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... wait it out. With so much death, property prices plummeted and upon returning the wealthy intelligentsia bought up lots of the town, much to the distaste of the townspeople. Two students entered a town pub in this climate and complained about the taste of the beer, believing the students had not much to complain about the barman was rude to the students and a fight broke out which ended in an evacuation of all university personnel from the town. ...
The Wi-Fi in our B & B is not strong and with three days blog to catch up on we take the bus into Oxford. Sitting in the Giraffe café for five hours we enjoy the satisfaction of some good coffee and vegetarian food while bringing our diary fully up-to-date. We are feeling good and now have a new path worked out for the next few days and at least have tomorrow's accommodation booked. That's about as good as it gets for a long distance pilgrim.
... a little spaceman who "floats" over your computer. They all really liked their gifts, and their cards. I got lots of hugs and told I was sweet, which was nice to hear. I hate the thought of us not seeing each other for another year, so it was good to see that the gifts were bringing up everyone's spirits a little bit.
At noon the Pembroke deans took the PAs and Tom out to lunch. We went to this quirky restaurant called Bill's that I absolutely ...
... town as you would expect, but our elderly tour guide makes no bones about her opinion of some of the more modern architecture in the town.
" On the right we can see the more recent addition to this college. A Library I've been told. Won some sort of an award. No accounting for taste I guess."
Lots of little quips like this make for a very entertaining ride.
It's currently summer holidays and there are very few students around. The town isn't ...
... we'll be in good shape for opening day.
I spent most of the day working on the student welcome packet, and I got a lot done. I had to update the map of Pembroke and create new maps of Corpus and Oxford city, because apparently I didn't save the map I'd made last year. I think something happened to the file, because I never delete anything, but it's ok because the new map I made is better anyway. Then Erica and I went to the covered market ...