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St Thomas Mews, 58 St Thomas Street Oxfordshire, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 1JP, United Kingdom
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oxford apartments

by ellenloususan

4 adult travelers would like info on a 2 bedroom apartment to stay at while in Oxford for mid july 2008 for one week. We would like to be close to transportation and not have to rent a car.
Thanks for your help

Re: oxford apartments

by leics

Options here:

and on the official tourist info website:

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by brazzi

a nice way to stay in oxford,is at some of the universities.
they rent out rooms during the summer,and are all central on or near the high

Re: oxford apartments

by leics

Didn't mention them, as they are not 'apartments' (they are b&b). But info here if you are interested:

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by mh_uk

some students are sub-letting their apartments/rooms during vacations. however, i'm not sure if you could get something for one week. try , this is the place on the web where most people post their offers / make requests for accomodation in oxford. renting one of the college rooms, as already proposed, is a nice way of getting a place to stay right in the city centre. but usually, college rooms are rather expensive for non-members and not very well equipped.

Travel Tips for Oxford

Don't think Brit food is so bad

by marinarena

At Regent's Park, the cafeteria food was excellent and varied about each day that I stayed (about 17 days). I almost thought that I had never tasted a potato before. Potatoes were bolied in a number of ways, jacket style (or plain ol' baked potato as we Americans say), served as chips (good ol' American fries), fried, mashed..well, all in all, the tasty bulb was served up about 7 different ways by the cook staff. Meat and potato was very common, but it did not get so boring. The flavors were to savor without having the meat to drowned in sauce and fat. And the sweetest thing- there was dessert every lunch and dinner, including: chocolate mousse, custard, fruit cocktail, mini assortment of cakes, and the most popular dish-waffle and ice cream with caramel.


by barryg23

Oxford, of course, is more than just a University - it's a beautiful town in its own right. Many visitors come here expecting a small town dominated by its University - if you want that go to Cambridge:))

While there is no doubting the influence of the University on Oxford, it must be remembered that the student population is 16,000, a relatively small proportion of Oxford's population of 100,000.

Cool design store is called...

by bluefelt

Cool design store is called 'Central.' They have gadgets and things like chopsticks that look like rabbits and IKEA-type design trinkets. 33-35 Little Clarendon Street. Little Clarendon Street is a nice secret place with lights strung up in the trees. Shoot, it's not a secret now!

Don't eat at Kebab vans. ...

by bluefelt

Don't eat at Kebab vans. These people cook and possibly live in vans. Would you eat something cooked by a man who just urinated and made your food? I saw some harsh things happen around those vans. No comment.

Grave of J.R.R Tolkien

by ultchuk

A few days in june brought me finally to the grave of the author of one of the most beloved books of the 20th century: The Lord of the Rings. The most moving moment for me was of course when I reached Tolkien's grave (and that of his wife Edith) at Wolvercote Cemetery in the North of Oxford. Altough it's a bit outside of Oxford, it's not difficult to find. (take a bus in the direction of Summetown)
From the entrance of the cemetery there are signs showing you the way to their grave. On the tombstone was written, as youc an see if you look more clearly at the pic, under their names, Luthien and Beren. For those familiar with Tolkien's work well know names.


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