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On the Road continues, forever Alain’s in our hearts.
Good morning everyone,
Today we rejoin a trip, already in progress!
From Blenheim, we went on to Oxford. We only had about three hours there, so we did not visit any of the colleges, choosing instead to have a leisurely lunch at the Turl Street Kitchen and wander around the town a bit.
The day after we visited Blenheim and Oxford, we went to Glastonbury, which was amazing. The size of the monastery must have been incredible!
The front of the Ashmolean Museum. It was a terrific place to visit, and the Pompeii exhibit was excellent.
This is inside the quadrangle of the Bodleian Library.
The Radcliffe Camera, a reading room for the Bodleian.
Just a shot of one of the streets in Oxford.
The nearly obligatory picture of the Bridge of Sighs.
Ruins of St. Mary’s Chapel, Glastonbury Abbey
King Arthur’s tomb
Another shot showing part of the ruins. The abbey must have been enormous!