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A day in Oxford
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University Museum of Natural History Creation Theatre Company Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology Christ Church Radcliffe Camera Bridge of Sighs Oxford Covered Market Trinity College After breakfast, I checked out from hotel and came back to city by taking bus and visited remaining 3 places Pitt Rivers Museum University of Oxford Oxford University Parks By 1 after Lunch, I took a bus to Blenheim Palace It is just about 10 miles from oxford city and should not be missed....
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Sky-scanner always help you find the cheapest of the cheap flights So here is the full itinerary of what i did, how i did and what did it cost - Day 1 I stayed in Safestay Holland Park 4-star dorm hotel in INR 1.5k per night (for 2 nights) & spent my entire day roaming around Camden town & Oxford street Best part about London is to travel anywhere you want with their extensive rail network that can be used through any international credit card, there is no need to buy any special card or ticket from place A to B....