Tag Archives: England

Two different worlds of Oxford

Depending on who is walking, it takes from ten minutes to twenty minutes to walk from our apartment to the Radcliffe. The Magdalen Bridge crosses the Cherwill River and you come to a giant roundabout called The Plain. We are … Continue reading

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Matters of the heart

– from the top of a London Bus – the Elephant and Castle! ¬† Can you see them? ¬†This is directly opposite the Metropolitan Tabernacle – Spurgeon’s church. Yesterday, I read in a book “the Psalms are a jewel, consisting … Continue reading

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Elephant and Castle

Names are evocative. We have just spent a week staying in Elephant and Castle in London – it is inner city, grimy, traffic gridlocked but very quirky. Opposite Elephant and Castle station stands the Metropolitan Tabernacle – the place where … Continue reading

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