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Rounding out our British Isle tour, we arrived in Oxfordshire where I booked an amazing hotel just outside the city. From reading the reviews it seemed that this place was a little different from a regular hotel and when we arrived it was evident why. It was a mansion! The enormous estate was straight out of the 1700's …
... it was dark at 4pm, we realised we were now back in winter. We were now back to reality and Christmas next week! The trip was over but with hundreds of photos to sort we will be reliving the memories for a long time. It is planned to add more photos to the blog soon. Our trip had been a wonderful experience, nearly everywhere people were friendly ...
It all fits. It actually all fits. Yes, including the thirty pairs of pants. After twenty minutes of frustration, cursing, and launching inanimate objects across the room due to my inability to pack, I was saved by my knight in shining armour. Aka mother and her packing skills. After sorting what is going in big and what in small rucksack, I am packed off to bid a muddy, but fun filled farewell to the love of ...
Now I'm in Oxford, this city is amazing and the people are very kind and polite.
I'm so happy because tomorrow i'm going to visit the University Of Oxford, the Natural History Museum, the Botley Road and North Parade.
Some parts of Harry Potter were filmed they were film in this City.
This is the oldest university in the world. And is a very prestigious university for the best students.. I'm so excited!
... remaining foundations exist next to what is truly a town planning disaster! A boring looking 1960's construction housing an office block. It never ceases to amaze me how poorly managed some of the town planning is in England...how anyone can approve some of the nonsense that goes on directly adjacent to centuries old architecture is beyond me!
As we continue to wander around you begin to take for granted what is some seriously impressively ...