The King's Head Inn
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... have a catch up with her. Christmas came round very fast what with a trip to Coley to see Granny Hill thrown in among all the preparations, and we had Uncle Jeremy and his family to stay for a couple of days. The food was great (of course!) and this year no there were power cuts or other surprises... (Although church was a bit unusual, the 11 year old boy doing the first reading went pale and started coughing part way ...
... I had pizza which was delicious but after that it was time to go back to the ship. On the next day we did Florence in Italy which was extremely crowded so it was hard getting around to places but we didn't do much accept for browsing in shops which were expensive. Now it was Monte Carlo but first we had to arrive in Cannes and get a bus up to Monte Carlo. Now let me tell you some thing about Monte Carlo,the place is one of the the most richest places on earth ...
... 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 ...
... I mean it, I can actually think of no other memory of mine like it.
That was the start to a wonderful, if not totally emotional week. I did cry the first few days when anything SIT-related came up, but as I was surrounded by two women whose stated goal was to take care of me, I was stable by Monday.
We spent the week in Rabat and Asilah, the beach town I’d been living in for the previous two weeks with other students. We actually stayed ...
... had easy access to his work, and just bequeathed the whole lot to the Ashmolean after his death, and they've shoved it all on the walls.
Another fairly surprising thing was the Pre-Raphaelites, who have no fewer than THREE rooms devoted to them. I wonder whether (and thanks to ****** British 3G, I wonder on, because I can look nothing up, not even my own email!) the Pre-Raphaelites were actually based here in Oxford perhaps? Anyway, whatever the reason, I've certainly never seen ...