Oxford Apartments

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

Our Last Day in the Motorhome‏

A travel blog entry by mandyandcharlie on Aug 28, 2014

5 photos

... British Prime Ministers have been educated here! It was founded in 1524 by Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, who acquired the funds to build a lavish college (originally named Cardinal College) by suppressing the monastery on the site, the ancient Priory of St Frideswide. The Christ Church Cathedral (built in 1150-1210) is the smallest cathedral in England; it was simply the college chapel until Henry VIII declared it a cathedral in 1546 ...

Beyond Wonderland, and Back from Narnia

A travel blog entry by adamel on Aug 02, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... taxing than last year, so it is great to have people like Joe around who always makes things fun.

Lottie is the other new PA at Corpus. I haven't spent as much time with Lottie because she spent most of her free time with her friends in town and not as much with the staff, but we have hung out a few times. Lottie and Joe are friends from their biology classes, so they have a lot of fun stories from before OxTrad. Lottie reminds me a ...

Return to the A&E

A travel blog entry by adamel on Jul 29, 2014

2 photos

... so I was able to be of some help. We washed the cut out and then wrapped it in gauze and had her apply pressure and elevate it. Lottie and I called around until we reached a Med Sci teacher, who stopped by and recommended the girl go to surgery in case she needed stitches. She didn't end up needing stitches, but the cut was quite deep so I'm glad we went that route just in case. As Greg the Med Sci teacher put it, "If it was my own finger, ...

Swindon to Oxford

A travel blog entry by priceless on May 11, 2013

1 comment, 12 photos

... into the covered markets which is more interesting. Whilst enjoying a coffee and a bite to eat, we are unaware that the clouds have finally opened and it is bucketing down.

Fortunately, one of us has an umbrella (in their handbag), so no prizes for guessing who was prepared. In between showers and periods of sunshine, we try to soak up the feeling and ambiance of a city so dominated by the University.

Today 62.9 kms. Total 522.9 km

Cheers Chaps!

A travel blog entry by benjaminhadaway on May 31, 2011

1 comment, 23 photos

... someone has asked me for directions: 5
Number of times I told them where to go: 4 ( I didnt know where the post office was)
Days of Rain in England: 1
Days of Grey: ALL
Most Noticable Little Diffence: the "Tube" (Metro) is really bloody hot, sweating hot.


Picture with Robot Guy: Austin ( i wish you had told me this when I was in ROme, I saw about a half dozen.)

PS- The tower in this cafe is locked up so I will have to get the pics up ...