The Fox Inn
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and somehow overcome. We both thought again about aborting the remainder of the day and decided instead to get a taxi 4kms to the church at Long Wittendon and to walk into Dorchester from there. Arriving at the church as the low sun painted the landscape in a misty golden hue across the old graveyard we immediately realise we had made a wise decision. Our spirits could not have been higher and we both felt completely relaxed. Suddenly we feel we can comprehend ...
... and for our first round of buildings each of us took one item - notebooks, pens, key chains, whatever - and we were all responsible for putting our individual item in each room. After about 45 minutes of doing that we'd only finished three buildings, and we kept losing track of who had put what where, and we were all exhausted, so I pointed out that it might not be as efficient to have six people all running up and down stairs and in ...
I had chosen a hotel a short walk from the Kings Cross train station in London for ease of travelling around he city. So of course when I got into the station the first thing I had to do was find Platform 9 and 3/4 :) After leaving there I found the hotel and was greeted be an extremely friendly doorman who wanted to know my life story and made fun of me for saying "yep" a lot. The room was small but for one person, fine.
The next morning ...
... department at a boys private school in LA. And as much as he is very cool and silly and friendly, he still makes it very clear that he expects us all to be on our A game and get our jobs done well.
So that's it! Those are my Pembroke people. I'll include the Oriel people in another day's entry, because I am starting to drag. Working a full day on 3 hours of sleep was not exactly the best idea I've ever had. So I'm off to crash. Lots of love! Happy Wimbledon ...
... and queens come and go. Any new houses are still hundreds of years old here. The oldest pharmacy in England is across the road. We arrived in this village by chance as all the other inns in the area were full. This story is starting to sound earily familiar. However, it is the quintessentially English village. I suspect that tomorrow I ...