The Swan Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... had time to buy ice creams for everyone! The sun had his hat on all day today, it was very warm indeed, and we had to rush back to make sure the ice creams didn't melt. Mum's picked up some flowers, and they're currently brightening up the back - sorry - aft of the boat. We ended the day with a deliberate push on through Reading and now we're moored up and eating dinner. For some reason I'm very tired this evening, this holiday lark is ...
... and Corpus. We did get them sorted, so that is good. Things in the office this morning started out quiet, so at 9AM I went into town to run some errands and pick up a book for our Dean's Award recipient. The girl we chose is a huge Shakespeare fan, so I bought her a book of Shakespearean quotations from all his different plays.
I got back to the office after 10AM, and that was when the crazy started. Faculty ...
... it has to be said it's a better look than the flip flops over flight socks .....people keep trying to cart her off to a home for the elderly!
07:45 Breakfast not at Tiffany's but Jamie’s......very nice.
09:00 Call for flight, off we all go to the departure gate....very excited. Constant mustering of group as they all seem to need the toilet at different time. (Note to self....next time suggest colostomy bags for them all) (PS did I say next ...
... from the town center there were fewer colleges. Oxford University is the 2nd oldest college in the world! The colleges aren't laid out like most American universities. Each building houses the dorm rooms, cafeteria and class rooms. Older colleges also have a chapel attached to them. Students don't intermingle between the other colleges that make up Oxford University. Your major determines what college and building you will spend the rest of your degree ...
Oxford is a nice little city filled with very old, striking architecture. I expected that there would not be too much to do but the city is filled with interesting stuff. First we had a tour of the Bodleian library filled with ancient books and built centuries earlier and learnt how books used to be chained to the shelves and how books never left the sanctuary of the library, even for kings.