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Bus service needed on 26th December to London East

by missbean

Hi all,

I am in need of help!!!!! Pls HELP! I would like to find out if there is any bus services from Oxford ( Abingdon) to London East or Heathrow airport?If the bus service is to Heathrow airport, pls also let me know if Tube is in service on 26th December? I was told that during Christmas season the public services will also be stopped. I need to go from Oxford to London East to meet up with a long-lost friend. I am not from Oxford, will only be there to visit a friend.

Thanks in advance

Re: Bus service needed on 26th December to London East

by Evilfish

http://www.gobycoach.com/

http://tube.tfl.gov.uk/

I couldnt find info about Boxing Day, my guess is that it will be open.

Re: Bus service needed on 26th December to London East

by RickSpangle

Hi There,

There are 2 companies running express buses from Oxford to London. Information from one of them:

"Boxing Day Sunday 26th December 2004

Special service every 30 minutes.
From Oxford 0645, 0745, 0815, every 30 mins until 1845.
From London 0830, 0930, 1000, every 30 minutes until 2030."

Buses go from Gloucester Green bus station in the middle of town (Oxford). There will also be local buses running from Abingdon to Oxford (though probably not as often as usual).

Enjoy your stay!

Nick.

Travel Tips for Oxford

3 important colleges in Oxford...

by Sharrie

3 important colleges in Oxford University are:
1) Christ Church College: Grandest of all Oxford colleges. Founded by Cardinal Wolsey & refounded by Henry VIII in 1546. If you've spare time, check out England's smallest catheral, the Christ Church Cathedral, from the cloisters.
2) Merton College: 250 undergraduates & 140 postgraduate members. It claims to be the oldest of the Oxford colleges (founded in AD1264 by Walter de Merton, Bishop of Rochester). It has a reputation for high academic achievement. Notable Mertonians from the past include William Harvey (discoverer of the circulation of blood) and in recent years, Crown Prince Naruhito of Japan.
3) Magdalen College: One of the richest colleges in Oxford with the most extensive & beautiful grounds. Founded in 1458 by William of Waynflete, the Bishop of Winchester. One interesting tradition still practised today is that the college choir ushers in May Day with a hymn at 6 am! Former students include Oscar Wilde & Dudley Moore.

To read more about Christ Church College, please proceed to Chch.ox.ac.uk.
To read more about Merton College, please proceed to Merton.ox.ac.uk.
To read more about Magdalen College, please proceed to Magd.ox.ac.uk.

Colleges

by barryg23

Many tourists visit Oxford, yet never see some of the beautiful colleges. This is not entirely their fault, as the colleges can have strange opening hours, charge admission fees, or not admit visitors at all. (There are ways around this - see my warning tip on how to get admission to practically all colleges for free at any time!)

One of my favourite things about these colleges is their layouts. The colleges, particularly the elder ones, are composed of one or more quads A quad typically contains a 'don't-walk-on-the-grass' front lawn, surrounded by a mixture of student's residences, a chapel, dining hall, college offices, Junior Common Room, Senior Common Room and student bar.

The long search for Afternoon Tea

by RufusFrog

This is not really cultural but it's suprisingly hard to find a place to have a proper English Afternoon Tea (scones, jam, clotted cream & plenty of the hot brown stuff WITH MILK) in Oxford . And the places keep on changing; I noticed recently that even Rosie Lee which has been on the High Street for, like, ever is now a trendy bar. Oddly, I can recommend the Mitre on the High Street; it's a real mediaeval inn that's been depressingly taken over by the Beefeater chain, but their upstairs tea room gets it pretty much right and is not normally packed. If, and only if(!), someone else is paying, go to the Randolph Hotel on Beaumont Street for a real splurge. If you're not much interested in scones there are coffee shops in all the large bookshops (overcrowded) & the Covered Market (overcrowded); my tip is to head off to the Museum of Modern Art on Pembroke Street; its basement cafe is a great place to chill, eat cake and read the papers.

Four Minute Mile

by barryg23

Oxford was the scene of one of the most famous sports events of the 20th Century - the first four minute mile. Nowadays, it's common for professional athletes to break this barrier, but back in 1954 it was seen as almost the Holy Grail of Athletics. The great run took place at Iffley Road, Oxford University's main sports ground, and the man in question was Roger Bannister, a medical student at Oxford.

Stratford-Upon-Avon: This is...

by Sharrie

Stratford-Upon-Avon: This is Shakespeare's birthplace. You get to visit the little house where Shakespeare used to live & will wonder how the simplicity of the surroundings was able to translate into the colorful & imaginative writings of Shakespeare! The power of the human mind!

John Shakespeare, William’s father was a glove maker and wool dealer. The house they lived in was designed such that he was able to carry out his business from the same premises. Ownership of the house remained in the same family until 1806. The house has now been carefully restored and retains much of its original features. Above the living room is the famous “Birth Room” of William Shakespeare, the low uneven ceiling and the ancient stone and brick fireplace, add to the special atmosphere of this chamber.

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