After our morning walk we went back to our hall for lunch and there were some faculty eating with us. We were talking to one woman for a while and we were talking about differences between here and the states. So, this whole time I have just had the assumption that England was (in the nicest way possible) more high maintenance. I thought this because all the buildings are incredible, even the McDonalds, KFC's and Pizza Huts are ridiculously nice buildings and look like high end restaurants in the states. I have not seen any cars that look old, worn, or have dents and scratches, most are brand new and are Lexus, Audi, Mercedes Benz, ect., seriously all ridiculously nice. So, perhaps you could see why I thought high maintenance. But at lunch this lady was like, "Yeah we're definitely not as high maintenance as you all are in the states. We don't have such wide roads and nice public restrooms like you all do." That was a bit of an eye opening conversation for me because I had never thought about us in this way because of those things she mentioned. So, it made me think for a while.
After class, David, Kelsey and I went to go tour the Oxford Castle but we got there too late and missed the last tour! So, we will have to do that another day! So we walked around a bit and came back to our hall for a lazy night for tomorrow we will have a busy day with Stonehenge, Avebury, and Salisbury Cathedral.