Forte Travelodge Oxford East

Address: A40 London Road Wheatley, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, OX9 1JH, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on A40 London Road Wheatley, Oxford, is near Topshop, Headington Shark, Cotswold Roaming, and Thames Path National Trail.
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Travel Blogs from Oxford

The Cellar

A travel blog entry by adamel on Jul 10, 2015

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... are you trying to make money or not? But that is a trend here. Paul used the analogy that if a street vendor is selling fruit they won't sell you all the fruit because, "Oh Nesta needs her orange today," and for some reason we found this incredibly funny.

We stayed at the Three Goats Heads for a few hours, but eventually we all got tired and started back to College. We had to pass by a small alley that leads to the Purple Turtle dance club and ...

These Men of Oxford

A travel blog entry by adamel on Jul 02, 2015

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... distracted because people needed my help or needed to ask me questions about other things. It is weird this year being the one with the experience, because instead of just doing my jobs I'm actually more assigning jobs to people and showing them what to do, which is more distracting for me but hopefully more efficient in general. For example, I had to stop to explain what I wanted to PAs to do with the keys and the envelopes, but as I was explaining I saw ...

Feeling much smarter now

A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on May 18, 2015

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... on our walk and here we learnt that Edward VII, Oscar Wilde, Dudley Moore and our own former Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser attended.

As Kate was our tour leader today, a lolly shop by the name of Hardy's Sweetshop, was located and a quick visit was insisted upon. The Bridge of Sighs was an interesting find and we were impressed by this covered bridge which linked two parts of ...


A travel blog entry by jessielewcock on Jan 21, 2015

... in the movies. All of the cast and crew had to sign the same agreements as the Oxford readers and staff, that they will not remove any of the books from their shelves and they would never enter the library with an open flame. All of the candles and books used in the movies are props, of course. It was a bookworm's heaven. We then left Oxford and caught the train back to Paddington Station, saying hello to the absolutely adorable bronze statue of Paddington Bear on our way ...

A day of exploring a new city

A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Nov 03, 2014


... write about and what had happened but since I have no laptop I am writing...and have written all of those blogs on my phone. Now, it's easier for me to type on my phone than a computer, but it was hard to start with. And that is why I have taken so long.  I am sorry.  I am now sitting in the New Oxfort Theatre, ready to watch the Full Monty.  So while you finish reading this, I am going to watch some people strip to starkers on stage.  Lisa xo ...