Premier Inn Oxford

Garsington Rd, Oxford Business Park, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, OX4 2JZ, United Kingdom | Hotel
Prices starting from $128.00

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A travel blog entry by adamel


... before, but I think it will be fine. The thing about this job is that there are frequently situations like this when we are called on to do many different things that aren't necessarily in our job description. They may be things we don't want to do, they may be things we don't know how to do, but they have to be done nonetheless. So we cringe a bit, then smile, and say "What's next?" And the program moves itself along.

Love to you all! Good night!


A travel blog entry by fixedwingatp


... at the Martyrs Monument and we all walked back together to the Hostel that we will stay in tonight. By this time a driving rain had developed so most of us arrived soaked! After check-in we walked back into the center of town to find dinner. We tried to go to The Eagle and Child which is a local pub where CS Lewis and JRR Tolkien used to hang out, but they don't allow anyone under 18 in after 7PM. It was ...

On the Thames-Oxford

A travel blog entry by aandjwanderers


... with houses all around us and a quick walk to a bridge right into town. We strolled the town feeling quite scholarly with all the colleges surrounding us before ending up at the White Horse, one of the pubs frequented by C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien. The evening ended with us enjoying Evensong in Christ Church College with the boys choir of Christ Church leading us in the ...

Day 4: The Thames...

A travel blog entry by gems_at_eton


... to us. He gave us a fascinating account of his experiences and as usual the boys not only listened carefully, but also were not shy with asking pertinent questions!

Unfortunately, due to reasons beyond our control, we were not able to visit the Army College at Sandhurst. Instead, we took a short trip out to visit Runnymead - the site where the Magna Carta was signed by King John in 1216 (I think!). After spending some ...

Turn left, turn left ...

A travel blog entry by pandmdane


... the State rooms. I think it was the conditions of the buildings and the current use that made a difference. Most historic sites are either ruins, are in a very used state of repair or have platforms, glass floors, exposed pieces of wall etc to show how they used to be. Windsor Castle is different, it is still a fully functioning complex with 150 permanent inhabitants/workers. It makes it so real.


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This hotel, located on Garsington Rd, Oxford Business Park, Oxford, is near Exeter College, Mini Cooper Plant, Oxford Brookes University, and The Ultimate Picture Palace.
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