Last day in Oxford, I promise! 🙂 Thanks for coming along on my little journey through Oxford these past few days, I seriously enjoyed sharing such a small part of this wondrous city with you!
Other cities coming up are London, Bath, Bournemouth, and Chawton… so be sure and check back daily. 😀
Why yes…I am still in Oxford!
These pictures just make me want to live in Oxford…!
Oxford…I miss you! 🙂
Once again, I find myself at a loss for words, so I won’t even try! Pictures say more than my words can today…
We happened to visit Oxford during exam time which meant many of the collages were closed to the public. However, it was fantastic even to see even the outside. 🙂
Within moments of deciding to blog about Oxford and looking through my “Oxford Pictures”…I realized there were way to many pictures for only one post!
Even fitting my favourits into two posts will be next to impossible I think! 😦
In all the cities, all the villages I was able to see…Oxford was definitely one of my very favourite places.
As hard as it is to try fit Oxford into one or two blog posts…it was just as hard to decided how to split them up… Today’s Oxford post is some of the “streets”, what you see from them. 🙂
Pictures don’t do Oxford justice…my words surely don’t either! I fell in love with the history, the old buildings, the streets…everything!
Sure hoping I can go back and walk the streets of Oxford again someday!
Tomorrow’s post will also be about Oxford, some of the buildings…more “artish” pictures of Oxford! 🙂
Today starts a few posts of Oxford! 🙂
Ah, the Bodleian Library! I went for a tour inside, unfortunately it was a “no camera” zone! 😦 So you’ll have to be content with outside pictures. If you ever have the opportunity to go, make sure you go inside…it’s SO worth it! I can’t really describe my emotions…knowing people like C.S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien came here to study together.
Walking the streets that John Wesley and William Pitt walked. The list of “famous people who studied in Oxford” is….super long (yes, I did Google it!) It was almost surreal to be there…knowing so many of tread there before I.
The next few days on my blog will dedicated to Oxford, be sure and come back! 🙂
I shared this picture today because it encompasses so much of England. 🙂 The English Taxi, the sandstone building, the numerous chimneys…. 🙂
*sigh* I miss England today…