The Angel at Burford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... our perhaps more esoteric spiritual leanings. The Michael ley line energy we sensed was strong here, with a fine St. George and Dragon stained glass window and the pagan Green Man peering out from the corner of a column. And then Debby brought her own special energy with a Vedic Chant for the health of a dear friend in Perth. Perhaps it's our prolonged exposure to nature over these past few weeks, but we were also delighted to see the words portrayed on ...
... the welcome materials to the students as they checked in - welcome packets, notebook, lanyard, key chain, etc. But that really slowed down the check-in process and the students then had to carry all the stuff with them while dragging their luggage. So this year we decided to put the welcome stuff in the bedrooms instead of handing it out at check-in. I think it will make tomorrow much easier, but it was such a pain today. We did North ...
... studied and taught.
The oldest of the colleges are within walking distance of each other in the center of town, most of them taking the form of buildings surrounding a quadrangle. We could peak in to take a photos of several, but they charged a fee to enter, so we opted not to do that.
... Smarties and ice cream sundaes who could, without you realizing it, psychoanalyze you and completely flip your self-awareness upside down with a seemingly meaningless conversation. That's the best I can do for Larry. He jumps from activity to activity, never wanting to miss anything, talks to everyone, jokes with everyone, and at the same time can gather insightful, useful informtion from seemingly ridiculous conversations. During the school year he is head of ...
A view from the seat by the window. From here, I can hear the church bells chime. I look out onto views that perhaps I will never see again, at least for a while. Looking out onto amazing rooftops and chimneys I can't help but wonder how many generations have lived beneath them. This village has been around for centuries. It will have ...