Little bit more of Oxford......

A few weeks ago,
I met up with my friend
Caroline, not to shop,
just to have a coffee and
a walk about!

This photo is from Paris.....Caroline, Leesa, Barbara and Me!



I took Caroline up to St Johns College

which is where I went with

We then thought we would go to a museum ,

but on the way we found

A first for us both!!

We had a fun day out as usual... hope you enjoy too!!
We did get to the museum but my battery died in my camera!!

Comments

  1. Keble college looks lovely - very old and stately I'm wondering what type of college it is - Oxford definitely seems to have a lot of them.
    Thanks Anne for sharing'
    Dianne xx

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  2. Oxford is such a lovely city. My favourite place is The Bodleian, went there for work once, amazing place.

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  3. Both those colleges are impressive buildings!

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  4. Bonjour Anne,
    What a fun time! How nice to get together and explore new places.
    Mimi

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  5. Looks like you had a great day. Beautiful photos of the Colleges. I've just posted about you. x

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  6. A city with a stunning architecture and history.

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  7. Anne, seeing your photos are like seeing postcards! They are beautiful. Nothing like a happy gathering with good buddies. I am off to Hanoi tomorow and will be back here again next week..hopefully I have the time to. Busy weekend next week too :) Hugs..M

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  8. I love Oxford. Hard to beat all of that fabulous architecture.

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  9. Oxford is such a beautiful place and I love the "vibe" it has with all the students and culture. Shame about the battery, the same thing happened to me last weekend at Dylan's school fete, just as he was performing it died, so no pics ...arrrghhhh! Love from London x

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  10. I love seeing you in the photo with your friends. :) Friends make the world go 'round, don't they?

    You are making me want to visit Oxford. Oh I could easily take up residence in Britain: all the cool old stuff like in Paris, but no need to learn an entirely new language -- just adapt the one I already have. :)

    The grass (or the old buildings?) is always greener on the other side, eh?

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  11. My friend's daughter went to Keble. Are you able to go around the colleges during holidays?

    Lovely photo of you all.

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