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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Travel Blogs from Oxford

A Palace and a Hobbit

A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Aug 26, 2014

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... terrace, the only way to leave the gardens and exit out the magnificent portico. The boys are eager to take the miniature railway to the pleasure gardens, a child's fantasy of hedge mazes, butterfly gardens and playgrounds. This is separated from the main palace so as to give some privacy to the Duke and the impression of a large country house is maintained. It also represents the progression from home to business that has ensured the palace's survival in the modern ...

The most wonderful day

A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Aug 26, 2014

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... pushing the two contrasts apart. We stepped into the cathedral and found the place breath taking. Quite different from the Minster, this place had roman arches, warm polished wood and stained glass on every window. Luckily, a tour had only just started and we slid onto one of the red velvet cushions that were placed upon the wooden pews. The woman taking the tour was an expert in her field, she spent her holidays studying near by churches ...

Return to the A&E

A travel blog entry by adamel on Jul 29, 2014

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... two days before we do because Corpus has another event coming in, so that makes life hectic. And so I planned a surprise visit from the Pringle Fairy.

The Pringle Fairy came into being because Emma and I both love sour cream and onion Pringles. They are the go-to snack. Emma surprised me with Pringles in my room on the night I went to London with Natalie for the show, and it started this joke about the Pringle Fairy. I made her ...

Faculty Welcome Day, and seedlings of stress

A travel blog entry by adamel on Jun 27, 2013

The next time anyone makes a comment regarding Yearbook being a fluff class that doesn't matter and isn't as valuable as AP courses, I'm going to refer them to my Oxbridge responsibilities. There is no way I would have been able to create this welcome packet with the ease, organization, and creativity that I have without my 5 years of yearbooking. I mean, I would have gotten it done, but ...

Marmalade and manners

A travel blog entry by sarahimray on Nov 16, 2011

... the elderly tour guides seemed to think that just because they had the time to tell me their life story I would be equally enthusiastic to hear it. But happily amongst stories about grandchildren and lawn bowls I learnt some great things about the house. The beds had bases of rope instead of slats. This is where 'sleep tight' came from as if the rope on the bed was pulled tight you would sleep well. In the sitting room there was a ...