Later that night David and I signed out for dinner because it was ground lamb pie... needless to say not exactly edible. We went and got some nice Italian food and for dessert we went to G and D Ice cream shop for desert and when we went it was their happy hour so we got free ice cream with the purchase of a hot drink, so I had hot chocolate and ice cream! It was great! Then we came back and I found that nextflix here has Downtown Abbey seasons 2 and 3 are available right now in the UK! Finally, I was able to get past season 1, since that was all that was available in the states!
Today, was a rainy, but that didn't stop David and I wanting to explore Oxford. Kelsey was not feeling well and decided to take a nap to try and feel better, and that was a good decision because this morning our friend Brittany went to the chemist and found out she has mono!!! REALLY hoping she gets better and that does not spread around our group!!
After David and I braved the rain to get into the city center we decided to try and dry off and get something warm for a bit. We ended up at this coffee house which happened to be the oldest coffee house in England!! It first opened in 1650! It was very busy and had a noisy, crowded atmosphere when compared to other coffee houses. The decorating even makes the place look old, in a neat way. The candle holders on the wall look like mens arms and are painted gold. There was also a bronze teapot attached to a rope on the door and every time someone would walk in it would be lifted to the ceiling! (I will include a picture of this).