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Amongst the Dreaming Spires: Oxford Trip Diaries – Day Seven – Leaving Oxford, Blenhiem Palace and the Battle Proms

I awoke around 7 am, and I didn’t want to get out of bed. Not because I wanted more sleep but arising was an acknowledgment that my time in Oxford was over and I had to leave. I had gotten everything out of the previous week I’d hope to. My brain was full. Books were […] The post Amongst the Dreaming Spires: Oxford Trip Diaries – Day Seven – Leaving Oxford, Blenhiem Palace and the Battle Proms appeared first on Anglotopia.
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