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Paddington railway station, London
Guided by Hilary
Short version: A piece of time you’ll never forget.
Long version: Oh Yes! The day of days in Oxford. Now how many shakes of the kaleidoscope would you like? Will 10 do? 1. Town and gown. 2. Hovels to Hogwarts. 3. Dreaming Spires. 4. Cloisters and quads and towers. 5. Punting. 6. Mediaeval colleges and gargoyles and ancient creaking doors. 7. Dons and undergraduates. 8. Bridges and libraries and gardens. 9. Scholars and wits and celebrated eccentrics and Alice in Wonderland and Inspector Morse and Brideshead Revisited and Shadowlands. 10. Pranks and weird customs and rituals (e.g., Lord Crewe’s benefaction, the encaenia, sub fusc and the once-a-century song to the mallard duck). “There’s no other place like it in the world, it is a despair to see such a place and ever to leave.”
The Oxford Day takes place on XXXXX. The meeting time is 9.15 am. The meeting point is by the main ticket office (near Platforms 1 & 2) of Paddington Railway Station.
The Tariff (train fare, admission to the Oxford colleges we visit is £TBA. For the total cost of the trip just add the Tariff to the guide’s fee.*
*The guide’s fee for a Day Trip is £18 for adults. Of £16 for Super Adults (over 65s) and students. Or £14 for people with the London Walks Discount Card. N.B. we’ve pitched this one for all ages, therefore there’s a small charge – £7 – for kids 8-14.
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