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... found our way back out of Marsworth on the canal path again, ducking under a major London rail line to the north to cross a swing bridge and walk the outer boundary of the little village of Pitstone into its cosy neighbour, Ivinghoe, and our third and final church for the day, St. Mary the Virgin. It was a joy and with great respect that I gazed up into the intricate roof work which was described in the Sun and the Serpent:
"where its roof ...
... biscuit before. Unfortunately, I think he miscalculated a bit on the Celsius thing too, because he ended up setting the oven to 250. When the College fire alarm went off, Adam immediately jumped up and yelled, "My biscuits!" And indeed, smoke from the kitchen had set off the alarm. The students were all freaked out by it, but they did assemble exactly as we'd taught them to, which was great, and we sent them back to bed fairly quickly. When the ...
... for another English breakfast fry up outside one of the many old ale houses that are situated on the water. I go off to see what is happening only to be pulled up and told that we are closed for two days as busy doing some renos on the roof, I take the opportunity to suggest that a beer should not be that difficult as as nothing to do with a roof, the reply was that yes I could get a beer but not able to do it until 6.30 pm tonight - it was only 11.00 am. With no ...
... Camera, New Bodlian Library, Wadham College, Keble College, University & Pitt River Museums, Eagle & Child Pub & multitude of Colleges & Churches too numerous to contemplate remembering. Other highlights of our visit to Oxford include a great night at The Trout Hotel with Terry, yummy breakfasts and coffee in Turly St, the wine & cheese night at the school (Oxford English), lots of leisurely walks to & from & around town in great ...
... not oblige....
We stopped before making our way into the city center of Oxford at a rest stop. I know when we Americans think of a rest stop we think of a mildly disgusting but tolerable, vending machine-filled, tourist information, old squat building. This was not the case. It was sparkling clean with huge glass walls, ponds, and fountains! It also contained not one but 2 Starbucks, a Krispy Kreme store, Subway and a few ...