There are so many beautiful buildings here - we certainly are not about the shopping!
But one that was on my list to visit was "The Radcliffe Camera" which was built to house the Radcliffe Science Library.
|designed by James Gibbs in neo-classical style and built in 1737–1749|
So we just wandered around the city popping in and out of some of the buildings that were open on a Thursday 🙄
Opposite the "Camera" is the University Church of St Mary The Virgin,
After a stop for a bite of lunch, more wandering, this time around the Bodleian Library area.
Which was charmingly simple.
|the original Saxon Tower|
|the easiest way to get around the city!|
|A fabulous Magnolia just beginning to bloom|
We were there longer than we thought, and rather than get caught up in commuter traffic ( all those bikes) we stopped at a tea shop for a little refreshment before we headed home
|couldn't resist 😋|
Back at home I have caught up on some sewing - but most of it is a secret so will have to wait for a bit. I did pull the fabrics for my March Mini Mania - the colours were chosen for us
Now I will get back to another UFO on my (very long) list .