The Lamb Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... confinement for acting out in class, and I just had to laugh.
After lunch I went back to my room and napped for a bit, and then I had a cappella sectionals for the sopranos at 4PM. Sectionals only took about an hour, and then it was time for a shower, dinner with Natalie, and then a cappella group practice. The group practice went really well. The song sounds so good, and now the students are getting more confident so they are really performing ...
... a lake, cascades, and walking paths. We looked through the palace, walked the gardens and along the lake, ate lunch on the water terrace in welcome sunshine before heading back to Oxford. Our B&B was very comfortable and the hosts were friendly, inviting us to have coffee with them and their dinner guests when we arrived back after dinner. It has been a nice downtime in Oxford, enjoying family time and no pressure to go anywhere or do anything, but great personal tours by ...
... town, so, I guess if you can't have a church with young people, there's something wrong. Service commenced at 6 and finished at 7.30. Very impressive and a blessing to us. Found a nice place to eat and headed back to our B & B. DAVE'S 60TH BIRTHDAY TODAY!! We enjoyed breakfast together before walking 45 mins along the river into town, as recommended by Chantelle at reception. Was sunny ...
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 ...
... of people, mostly college-aged, waiting to watch the races, eating ice cream and just relaxing. Sort of like tailgating before a football game, but not sloppy. After that, Julia and I headed back to make dinner and do some work for the night. We're very excited to go to St. Aldate's Church tomorrow night to get some undergrad connections so that Julia and I have some friends...
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