Whether it is gazing in awe at the Bridge of Sighs,
wandering around the grounds of Christchurch Cathedral, smiling
in wonder at Alice's shop, visiting the Ashmoleum Museum (or simply
admiring the building) or seeing the beauty of the Isis by punt
the opportunities to experience both beauty, culture and history
Eat and drink at the Quod in the Old Bank, have traditional afternoon
tea in style at the Grand Cafe, dinner at Le Petit Blanc and wander
around Little Clarendon Street or Walton Street to mix shopping
with style spotting.
There can not be many cities that for 800 years have inspired its
residents and visitors in such a way as Oxford..
Slightly outside the city in Woodstock is Blenheim Palace, the home
to the Duke of Marlborough, once again a wonderous place to visit
and nearby Burford, the "Gateway to the Cotswolds" that
offers not only an opportunity to wander up and down it's famous
High Street ,but also to experience some wonderful watering holes,
great places to eat and fabulous specialist shops.
All across the county the realtionship with the Thames and the abundandance
of Cotswold stone and thatched cottages in the many towns and villages
that make up the county allow a vast and varied choice for any visitor.
So whether it's town,gown or country Oxfordshire has the lot.