Oxford Apartments

Address: Cantay House Park End Place, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, OX1 1JD, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Cantay House Park End Place, Oxford, is near Oxford Castle, Bill Spectre's Oxford Ghost Trails, Worcester College, and Town Hall.
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Oxford, history and splendor

A travel blog entry by dindhenry on Nov 17, 2014

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... to ban study in other universities after he fell out with the King of France (both fancied Eleanor of Aquitane at the time). The first of the 37 colleges started in 1167 and each is named after the benefactors that established them, largely nobles, politicians, clergy. The colleges began after a series of riots between the Oxford townspeople and the students, so the colleges were established to separate and protect both – which explains why ...

Yes, I went to Oxford....but only for one day.

A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Aug 21, 2014

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... convert to Catholicism in the reign of Mary Queen of Scots 1555 and were burned at the stake for heresy.
Oxford has a lot of history and rivalry between Colleges formed the basis of many of the fascinating stories that we heard.
I only saw a few of the major colleges from the outside, and I didn't see any of the museums or art galleries in the town, but I think that Oxford is somewhere that it would be worth visiting again and perhaps staying a night or ...

Return to the A&E

A travel blog entry by adamel on Jul 29, 2014

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... were very anti-procedure, and her mom was adamant that she come home immediately. I have had a similar procedure for my esophagus (no stone involved, but the same level of invasion) so I thought that the stint sounded like a good plan. The doctor said her recovery would be two days at most, but she would likely be out of the hospital the same day as the procedure. However, I felt uncertain about sharing my opinion with her parents, ...

Exhaustingly Awesome Day

A travel blog entry by kristinaclark on Jun 14, 2013

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... used the interior as the model for his drawing but reversed as in a looking-glass."Then we headed over to Christ Church meadow. It was like something out of a painting. The sun had come out, the buildings were breathtakingly beautiful, the grass was so green, and the flowers so colorful. There was a meadow with tall grass blowing in the wind and it was filled with deer! But the grass was so tall that you could only see there heads pop ...

Get in the groove

A travel blog entry by bbethell on Aug 26, 2011

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... person pushes and guides it through the water with a pole. I tried it despite my reservations about falling in since it was very slippery and unbalanced....but I was definitely not meant to be a punter. After about twenty seconds of me driving we were stuck in some bushes on the river bank so I was just a passenger after that. But the other people in my group, Sam, Caitlin, and Kalen were experts! I ...