The New Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... late with me ...so maybe I'm part of the present? :p I would have liked a little more time here, so that I could have seen the Abbey too. We started chatting to the Canadian couple travelling with us, they seemed lovely, and we thought we would get on well with them. We all requested a little longer in Bath. I'm quite please we did! We went into the ticket office of the Roman baths, but weren't totally convinced so decided to take a look around the town first and ...
... Although none of the dancing was as bad as prom. Prom gets pretty bad, and our students last night, for the most part, were really good.
After the rave we all came back to the program office for check in, and check in tonight was more hectic than usual. Some students thought check in was an hour later because of the dance, one girl from Oriel ended up locked on our campus after check-in, and we had several students ...
... interest and kindly invites us in – its tiny, but immaculate – not a weed to be seen, and roses, delphiniums, peonies and other flowering plants all blooming profusely – a real treat! Jill and Tina are starting to come down with the sore throat and chest cough that Gordon and Chris had last week, so we call in to a chemist shop – and it turns out to be a beauty – the oldest in ...
... Cambridge. I found the university buildings in Oxford more spread out; in Cambridge things seem more compact. But my opinion is no doubt coloured by the following: Oxford was swarming with tourists when I was there (school break); I had much nicer accommodation in Cambridge; and I visited Cambridge earlier in my travels and was likely “fresher.” I would like to visit Oxford again during the calmer, less crowded, late-fall or late-winter ...
... and a few memorable pictures. Thanks to everybody who followed our blog and all the comments, it really makes a difference when your thousands of miles away.
1. Antarctica....an overwhelmingly beautiful, pristine wilderness like nowhere else on the planet...it's magic gets under your skin and all you can think is "when can I go back?"
2. Camping with wild elephants in Botswana....being in the wild, surrounded by elephants, ...