BEST WESTERN The Jersey Arms Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN The Jersey Arms Hotel Middleton Stoney
The Langtry Suite (for no extra cost) ensured this was a pleasant stay, The food and hospitality were great and it is handily situated.
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Yesterday, Traylor and I, with the rest of the Virginia Program at Oxford students, were sworn into the Bodleian Library and received our Bodleian Cards. It was fun to immediately run around the library to look at the Harry Potter influences. The one room definitely looked exactly like the infirmary but the library room they mentioned didn't look exactly like Harry's library to me, so Traylor and I decided to re-watch ...
The day trip to Oxford was organized by the Erasmus student society at the Univeristy of Exeter. It was a cheap bus ride and a great opportunity. The big mistake was not planning what we wanted to see before we got there. There is suprisingly so much to see that we wasted the morning on things that we could have skipped (Merton College and Museum of the History of Science). Christ Church was great, though a bit of a bummer because the dinning all (which ...
... a Norman nobleman Miles Crispin of Wallingford and by the 1400's it belonged to Roger Bigod, second Early of Norfolk. We particularly enjoyed the grand spectacle of the setting and the large pair of griffins which provided a dramatic entrance to the magnificent gardens.
All the distractions of the day had left us still with a fair walk ahead of us and so we set about some serious head down, bum up exertion. It was 3pm, much later than I ...
... to discover the doors were shut for the night. Booooo. So, back to Pembroke. The good news about this was that I got my first taste of McCoy's kebob! Everyone wanted to stop at the McCoy's van on the way back, and Natalie got a lamp kebob with garlic mayo and she let me try some. I'd always heard McCoy's was good, but I didn't want to buy a whole kebob on the chance that it might not be GERD friendly and would go to waste. But Natalie let ...
... a cool view down Marlborough Road.
Once settled in, we headed into town and made a quick stop at "The Bear", the oldest tavern in Oxford (est. 1242) for our first of many pints on the trip. We made a few other stops around town and then walked about a mile to Cowley Road in search of a good curry. We found a great little restaurant called Rajasthan that had some of the best Indian food we've ever had. Bellies full, we ...