Premier Inn Oxford

Address: Garsington Rd, Oxford Business Park, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, OX4 2JZ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Garsington Rd, Oxford Business Park, Oxford, is near Mini Cooper Plant, Exeter College, The Ultimate Picture Palace, and Oxford Brookes University.
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    A travel blog entry by missmm_2206 on May 16, 2015

    ... every two seconds there is a round-about. Some are large (ie: there were people camping in a tent in the island) and some so small they are just a painted white circle on the road. Still no idea how the exiting works, but I guess by the time we leave, Louise will be a pro!

    We drove on through the Cotswolds, hoping for a hotel somewhere along the way between Warwick and Manchester. We end up in Birmingham (for a brief time). Lots of ...

    A Palace and a Hobbit

    A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Aug 26, 2014

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    ... mist as we walk through the cobblestone streets, crowded with students carrying heavy books and packs on their backs. The boys look into the college greens scouting out Harry Potter sights and places that influenced the books and movies.

    We walk pass the Ashmoleon Museum, reminiscent of the Met in New York, and Kaeleb asks to go inside. Yes!! Our kids want to see history, there's no way we'd stop them, well, certainly not Elizabeth. Elizabeth followsKaeleb ...

    The most wonderful day

    A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Aug 26, 2014

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    ... monetary history exhibits downstairs. Walking past all of those statues, Mummies and exhibits was truly breath taking. The age of them was beyond belief, and it was amazing to see so much of the hieroglyphics transcribed. The changes in the depiction of bodies and faces, and the different expressions captured brought back very foggy classics memories. I cannot wait for Greece. We left the museum and returned to the dining hall where we could ...

    Whistles and Pyramids

    A travel blog entry by adamel on Aug 03, 2014

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    ... degrees, because Becca and Pete are starting theirs soon and I mentioned how I'm thinking of getting another one if I stay in teaching. Then Natasha asked me the question that keeps coming up from the Brits - would I ever consider living in the UK? I answered honestly that I could see myself living here, but an actual move like that would be very complicated. Especially since I don't have a permanent job over here.

    When I got back to the office ...

    Return to the A&E

    A travel blog entry by adamel on Jul 29, 2014

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    I was on the flex schedule today, so I had to go in to the office at 8AM to help open, and then stay for our 10AM admin meeting. The meeting covered our closing procedures, because we finish up this weekend. I can't believe it. The Corpus people came over for the meeting, but they all seemed very tired and stressed when they arrived, particularly Emma and Joe, so I decided to do something nice for them. They have to break down their classrooms ...