Category Archives: England

Oxford University

Today I concluded my personal walking tour of Oxford. The weather has been fine but is now threatening rain. In the course of my walks around the town I believe that I saw and photographed many of the 38 separate … Continue reading

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Oxford, England

I made a good choice when I decided on Oxford when choosing an English city to visit. I love history and Oxford is filled with it. Stories about “old boys” (as the grads are called). Buildings that are hundreds of … Continue reading

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Newsworthy Notes

Is Going to the U.K. or France on your wish list? If you have a hankering to visit Britain or France, this may be the best time in years to go! The U.K. vote to leave the European Union (“Brexit”) … Continue reading

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AirBnB Makes Travel Available to Everyone

AirBnB is a very popular new way to rent a place to stay almost anywhere in the world. Using the Internet, travelers can choose to rent an entire house or apartment, a room in someone’s home, or just a sofa … Continue reading

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Lincoln: New and Old

Here on the hill at the top of the town where I’ve been staying for a week most people and businesses are accommodated in old buildings, some of them very old indeed! But I don’t want to give them impression … Continue reading

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Memories of England

A few weeks ago I reconnected with friends Charlie Moore and Annie Lucky who moved from New Bern to California last year. Charlie wrote to me about his experience of living in England for many years. I thought you would … Continue reading

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A Sunday Morning Walk in Old Lincoln, England

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Join me for a walk around Lincoln. Let me show you what I found last Sunday morning. First we’ll do a bit of shopping then we’ll hop in a horse-drawn carriage and tour the town. I hope you’ll see why … Continue reading

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