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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A travel blog entry by jessielewcock on Jan 21, 2015

... s a full skeleton of a Tyrannosaurus Rex and the skull of a Triceratops which were both absolutely bloody fantastic!! The Oxford Dodo in all his stuffed glory is on display, as well as three full skeletons of elephants, and the touch and feel section was epic! However, Charles Darwin's bugs were unfortunately just a small single square case that was simply a new display of interest rather than an actual collection. There were about five insects, all from Australia, ...

The yoof of today and more rain...

A travel blog entry by ourbigadventure on Oct 14, 2014

... absolutely amazing with row after row of wooden (oak?) book shelves absolutely stuffed with over eleven million printed items! How wonderful it would be to have access to all those books! We wandered the streets of the old part of Oxford and marvelled at the beauty of the stone buildings with their sometimes gruesome gargoyles atop and the occasional original Tudor buildings snuggled in amongst them for good measure. It's such a beautiful old town and although the ...

Smoothies and muffins, sunshine and rainbows

A travel blog entry by adamel on Aug 04, 2014

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... because they all wanted a share in the 2-for-1 coupon even though there were 3 of them. We finally got our smoothies and then cut through M&S so Pete could get his blueberry muffins, then headed down to Christ Church meadow. Adam joined us after a while, and we proceeded to sit and alternate talking and sleeping for another hour or so. Pete mentioned that before university starts up again he is going to France to visit a famous monastery, so I told him ...

Oxford A Cappella

A travel blog entry by adamel on Jul 04, 2013

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... separate section of the Island that is even tricker to find and requires yet another tunnel. We dubbed the Rokos Quad at Pembroke "Terabithia" because the students have to cross a bridge to get to it.

Anyway, the whole time spent checking on things was total silly fun, and I swear we made more noise laughing at each other than any of the students. Larry and Thomas are both really funny, and when we all get together things usually take a turn for the ...

Walkin' in Sunshine

A travel blog entry by becklett on Mar 11, 2012

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... the wall belongs to the Earl of Bathurst-all 15,000+ acres. The lady at the museum was very clear that the Earl had graciously opened some of the grounds on which people could walk, but anything close to the manor house was off limits. Maria asked if you could see the house from the grounds, and she was quickly told "You cannot visit the house. You can only see the fields." We quickly walked out since it appeared we might be mistaken for miscreants who were up ...