Radcliffe Camera and Churches

We head towards the end of our journey. We head past the Sheldonian and onto the Radcliffe Camera and St Mary’s Church. The Bodleian as mentioned last week, is a gigantic library, in the heart of Oxford City Centre. To get access to the University books, anyone can join, but it is easier if you…

Don’t take the piss on Broad Street.

Once again we are at a crossroads and it’s decision time. For me, there are two options to go straight ahead to fairs, a famous Museum and a famous street or to turn right onto Broad Street and learn about one of the UK’s largest libraries, oldest museum and some great practical jokes… To the…

Cats be cautious of Cornmarket Street.

We are at a crossroad of where to go next. Carfax Tower in front, on the new mall behind, and the castle beyond that. Right takes us to Cornmarket, which was the Main street for shopping until the new mall opened. To the left is Christ Church College. So many choices, and thankfully so much…

Coffee and quacks

As we move along the widening streets of Oxford, and into the heart of the city centre we go past two of Britain’s oldest coffee shops. Both with a curious look into the past. (A potential future of Star Bucks…) Established in the U.K. around 1650/52, the coffee shop was something originally open to all…

Oxford Gardens and Exams

We move away from Magdalen bridge and Magdalen college, and we move across the road to the botanical gardens, just like Brexit we are not moving very far. I’ve learnt more and more about the Oxford botanical gardens. It is the first in the U.K, open from 10-5pm, you have to be in 45 minutes…

Your imagination tour of Oxford.

Today I’m going to do something very different and give you the first step in a tour of Oxford. Starting the tour from Magdalen Bridge and going through the city centre. This is something very different, as most of you would probably be used to this on a YouTube format, but here we are going…