...ate dessert first.
|Baklava at La Croissanterie|
....tried (my very hardest) to enjoy an Indian art exhibition.
|Visions of Mughal India at Ashmolean Musuem|
However, I could appreciate the colour, texture and teeny tiny details in the paintings that were produced, like a zillion years ago.
... fed my face with good Italian food.
|Jamie's Italian on George St|
We drank Prosecco and house wine out of cartons.
We ate prosciutto ham, pear and rocket salad followed by garlicky prawn linguine (me) and lamb meatball pappardelle (him).
We stank of garlic.
.... fitted in like a student, in a shirt dress and tweed coat.
|Coat: New Look, Shirt dress: £30 River Island, Boots: Schuh, Sunglasses: £120 Rayban, Scarf £6 Primark|
.... got wet in April showers, ate more, drank more and left Oxford happy and sleepy.
You can copy my day here:
London Paddington to Oxford with First Great Western
Coffee @La Croissanterie
Visions of Mughal India exhibition @ Ashmolean
Lunch @ Jamie's Italian