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I've always loved Oxford but the train tickets to Oxford aren't always cheap and getting to the London Terminals from our home isn't easy, so that's why I've put off this trip for so long.

Travelling to Central London had proven to be a major obstacle. Normally, when we take Charlotte with us, we search for "accessible" routes on Google Map (and also avoid the underground as much as possible), so that we can be sure that we can get to the trains as stress-free as possible.

Unfortunately, Google Map made another huge mistake...

There are two London Terminals that have direct trains to Oxford. Neither was convenient to get to to start with. In the end, we chose Marylebone because Google indicates that we it is only a 7-minute walk away from Baker Street Underground Station...which was supposed to have a lift (obviously not!!).

So Charlotte travelled on the escalator for the first time...

Anyway, some snapshots from our trip

Oxford Castle and Prison

Oxford University Press

Colorful mews

My fave part of Oxford: Bridge of Sighs, Radcliffe Camera, Sheldonian Theater, University Church of St. Mary's

Rainy Day

On our way back to the train station, we walked past the Museum of Story. The outside and the cafe were so intriguing and so beautifully decorated.

As we were travelling with Charlotte, we didn't visit any of the colleges. But at this time of the year, many colleges were either closed or admission prices were high.

and some more random shots...

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