Inn for All Seasons
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to Corpus for the party. It was held in the Fellows Garden of Corpus, which is a really pretty spot, and Anne convinced Jim to let her rent a bouncing castle "for the kids of the faculty." It took exactly 1 hour and 12 minutes for the admin team to end up on the bouncing castle with the kids.
The Garden Party was actually a lot of fun, but I could only stay for about an hour and half because I had shift at 4PM. It was nice to have ...
... in spots. June 11 We are off today on one of our longest hikes. ..Stanton to Upperhill Farm which is several miles past Cleeve Hill for a total of 16 miles. The hike today took us through several little towns and to Hales and the Hales Abbey. We picked up some food for lunch at the Hales Fruit Store and had a picnic at Hales Church. This was at 11:30 and was really our only stop of the day except very short breaks to get off our feet. After lunch we walked through the little ...
... reliant due to the bad control/conform balance in that relationship. Moreover those months seem to have forcefully suppressed from my memories, so those laundries don't count. I was very happy with the result.
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(Unfortunately I didn't have the time to properly clean a very dirty washing machine, which lead to several clothes coming out looking worse than going in.)
Afterwards I rushed to philosophy department to ...
... the kids try on the pith helmet. Even the loos were beautiful. Ginger beer and a sausage roll before heading off more than 5 hours had passed and the kids loved it all. We arrive at Bourton on the water the quintessential cotswold village. Toodle round the shops and a flea market gives us another member of the soon to be naked barbie family. Tea at an Italian restaurant attached to the hotel. Lovely food outside as the kids run around pretending to be chef ...
... a nice little loop around the athletic fields and back to the main buildings. Perfect for a short run or walk.
Kelly and I were talking today about Oxford as a city, and I mentioned that having been around the city and seeing its sights, I am starting to see the inspiration Tolkein and Lewis must have seen in the city. There is something strangely mystical about it. It is so quaint and proper, but at the same time you can imagine magic underneath it.