Research Travel 2018—Rise and Shine

I feel close to being back on a normal schedule today. I am up before 6am, drinking coffee I made with my aero press and working through edits on my dissertation.

I have a lovely view from the kitchen table in my AirBnB host home. Then, I walked into town this morning to start my day. I made my way into Oxford’s Covered Market and had a light breakfast at Brown’s Café (est. 1924).

I had a meeting with an instructor working in Hebrew Studies at Oxford in Clarendon Institute. After which a trip to the famous Blackwell Bookshop, followed by lunch with Kathleen at Turl Street Kitchen.

Here are the Twelve Roman Emperors who watch over Oxford.

It is a busy metropolitan area here at Oxford. A mix of new and old. I hate to say it, but I am ready to move onto the laid back agriculturist surroundings of Cambridge.