The Lamb Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... on my way again. I meet Ian after about twenty minutes. It looks like there is quite a bit of work going on here right now. Tree felling is in progress and the path is littered with branches and bark shavings. Not much further and we reach the car park at Sandford Pools. It's tempting to continue on to the pools but I've seen one set of pools already and have had enough for one day...we'll be picking up again here on our next visit so we decide to call it a ...
... then I had a long sleep and forgot it was the same day when I woke up but I then got ready to go out for dinner in an old pub and on the way there we went through a little forest bit next to the very old village and then I had fish and chips and sticky date pudding. The next day I went in to oxford and went shopping and I went threw the old university part of the town and bought some lollies and the we went home That's enough for ...
... I've felt gross ever since. Note to self: No more Pembroke BBQs.
Natalie and Pete stopped by the office to work for a bit, so we got to chat and have fun. Every night this week Emma has been asking the students random survey questions and posting their responses on the OxTrad blog, so Pete helped us think of random questions for tonight. I also shared what I've finished so far of the a cappella arrangement, and everyone thinks it looks good ...
... A huge tree and layers upon layers of country cottage beds. A veranda to die for with ferns and succulents. Troll bridges and tunnels of ivy, Anne made magic wands and we watched as a bee alighted on the daisy in one of them. A lovely family from Stratford play tennis with Robin as we discuss the independence question and Rangers. The brief spell of rain was more refreshing than inconvenient. We looked in the gardeners room with photographs and an old ...
... make me feel better. Three different people told me I was their favorite dean, which was nice and really made me feel good, since I was the token rookie dean at Pembroke.
Finally, after many more hugs and photos, Natalie and I left and Thomas, Anne Basker, and Dan walked us back to Pembroke because they were headed back to Oriel after that. I kept looking around at the buildings and the streets and thinking how intimidating it had all seemed on the ...