The Lamb Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... is understandably very worried and hasn't been able to reach her parents yet.
Around 1:30 one of our science teachers came in to tell us that she was taking her students on an "outing" to a science museum on the other side of Oxford. This is nothing new, as the teachers are encouraged to expose their students to all the sights that Oxford has to offer as much as possible. The class was scheduled to start at 2PM, so I made a note in our log. At ...
... to that. The driving really is no problem at this point... though we did have an interesting experience on the way back today haha.
But we found a self guided walking tour of the university online before we left and it was perfect. We got to see all of the major buildings and churches and they were quite stunning.
The weather was very interesting as well... We ...
... visit, but hadn't realised how much painting there was, in a surprising sort of collection: for example, they've got a large room chock-full of Pissarros, showing a wide range of his work from early beginnings through to some lovely almost monochrome late works, and in between a smattering of other Impressionists (including an unfinished Manet still life that I would kill for) - but why Pissarro in particular?? I can only assume it was a collector at some stage who loved Pissarro, ...
Last week we experienced Cornwall at its finest. The locals we met confirmed Nicos thoughts that the people make the place, not the other way around. They certainly did in Boscastle. We knew we had a character serving us at our first meal there with Fran and Mike when telling us about deserts he said with a smile, Do you want that with cream ice cream or .......... ( grimacing) with custard if you're that way inclined!! Arriving there at the same restaurant on the ...
... her Job she made me not want to be there! The rooms were just magnificent though coated in 24carrat gold, with massive portraits and tapestries of the families! One quarter of the house was dedicated to Churchill the other quarter to the public then the other half to the duke who was living there today. My favourite room was the library which was just absolutely stunning - a long room filled with books! Just magnificent to end the tour with. Thank god we ...