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#1/5
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5
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Destination: Oxford
Oxford is known for its great colleges with their beautiful quads and "dreaming spires", unique museums and water meadow rambles. Combine these with the annual literary festival for a memorable visit... read more »
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Destination: Dorset
Fossil-strewn beaches, amazing drives, endless countryside and a foodie culture to whet your appetite - welcome to West Dorset, second home to Masterchef winner and New Zealander Mat Follas... read more »
#3/5
Rating:
4.25
(8 comments)
London's Islington has a huge range of places to eat and drink to suit all tastes and budgets. Here are a few of my favourites, whether it's for a celebratory dinner, cocktails or just coffee and cake... read more »
#4/5
Rating:
4
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Destination: Oxford
Trip type: Cultural, Short Break
Honey-coloured college quads, bicycling students in gowns and punts on the river – explore the stereotypes and more in Oxford, a great weekend break or a must-see on a trip around England... read more »
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2
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It's a foodie mecca, but you don't have to go to pricey restaurants to eat well in North Norfolk. As a local, I know lots of good cafes, pubs and wine bars. Here are my favourites in Holt and Blakeney... read more »
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