|Magdalen tower |
across the meadow
|The River Cherwell and Fellows' Garden|
|New Buildings (1733), from below the Magdalen Plane, planted 1801|
Dinner in Hall was an enjoyable event: it was reassuring to know that the college kitchen still produces dreadful food and that the college cellar still contains excellent vintages. Better was to meet up with many former friends and acquaintances, some of whom I hadn't seen since we graduated, and find out what they're doing, besides making what seem to be lots of of babies. Luckily the much-vaunted Magdalen cabinet ministers are all above - or below! - our years, but every other profession and trade seemed to be represented, especially lawyers. There were lots of lawyers...
|In Hall, post-dessert.|