Ethos Hotel

59 Western Road, Oxford, OX1 4LF, United Kingdom
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Public Footpatch

by Denisbook

Is there a Public Footpath connecting Abingdon Road to the River Thames coming out opposite Iffley Lock. I thought there used to be one adjacent to the "old infections" hospital.

Re: Public Footpatch

by leics

You can check the OS 1: 50000 and 1:25000 maps online here:

Click the large pink button and enter 'oxford' then soom in to check the area you need.

If there is a public footpath it will be shown on the OS map. Public footpaths are very rarely closed (although they can be diverted). However, if it was a 'permissive' path then it can be closed at any time: one is allowed to use the path only with the permission of the landowner. Same with alleyways and so on. Public access is not guaranteed.

Travel Tips for Oxford

Get out to the towns and...

by ben_england

Get out to the towns and villages!!!! See the sights, look round the shops, and generally 'get off the beaten track'! Oxford isn't all universities and great architecture, although I'll give you that they are very very impressive!

Most Famous Students of Christ Church

by aliante1981

Here are some of the most famous students of Christ Church College in Oxford - probably the most visited by tourists:

Jonathan Aitken
W. H. Auden
Joseph Banks
Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
Adrian Boult
Lewis Carroll
Robert Cecil
Alan Clark
David Dimbleby
Anthony Eden
Edward VII of the United Kingdom
Albert Einstein
William Gladstone
Alec Douglas-Home
Robert Hooke
Trevor Huddleston
Ludovic Kennedy
John Wodehouse, 1st Earl of Kimberley
Nigel Lawson
Francis Godolphin Osborne, 5th Duke of Leeds
George Cornewall Lewis
John Locke
Robert Peel
William Penn
John Rawls
A L Rowse
John Ruskin
Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury
William Petty, 2nd Earl of Shelburne
Philip Sidney
Matthew Gregory Lewis
John Taverner
Hugh Trevor-Roper
William Walton
Auberon Waugh
Charles Wesley
John Wesley
Christopher Wren

Walking Back To The Train Station...

by coceng

Saw this Cab ! How I longed to ride in it ! It must be very comfortable !
I didn't know that cabs in Oxford & also in London, still look old as this...
Thought I captured this photo to share with friends back home & now you can see it also.Though, my 'dream' to sit in this 'old' cab was granted when I arrived back from Keflavik Airport, Iceland at 3 AM ! Hence, had to take this 'old' cab back to my friend's place in London. You can't see the night cab that I took BUT you could see the photos that I took around 'Greater London' [please click] , sitting infront of this 'old' cab !

Pub Etiquette

by shutterlust

Great Britain may be famous for their love of queues, however the pub is the one place where all respect for queues are forgotten.

Pub Etiquette:

You somehow get yourself to the bar. You hold a tenner strategically in your hand, such that your bar maid can see it. You place your order. (Note: it seems that women always insist on paying for their own drinks or expect a guy to pay for their drink and men always pay in rounds...hmmm). You get your drink. You pay the price that you're told. There's no such thing as tipping in a pub, unless your bartender was particularly helpful or friendly, at which point you would more customarily offer to buy them a drink, which they could drink now or later, at that's usually just a half pint or so, unless you're particularly generous..

My mistake: I used to tip about 1-2 pounds for each drink, always going back for more (I never drink just one! haha). Until I met the man of my dream (again, haha) who told me otherwise.

So you can all learn from my mistake and don't bother looking around for a queue in a pub and don't bother tipping unless you really feel compelled.

Don't miss Marston

by marinarena

I love to drift into a big town's surroundings residential areas and I did so finding my way to Marston, just east of Oxford's centre. Marston is beautiful with charming brownish brick homes, quiet and very much of a place to raise a family. Just walking distance from the sometimes frantic atmosphere of Oxford streets is the tranquility of Marston.


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Address: 59 Western Road, Oxford, OX1 4LF, United Kingdom