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“Get Into” Oxford


Your President's Best of Britain extravaganza takes you beyond the usual London tourist spots — and expands your knowledge — by including four nights in Oxford, the English-speaking world's fi rst university town. Your included tour of Oxford reveals orderly clusters


of honey-colored halls and neatly manicured "quads" — the private courtyards where gowned students and tutors gather to ponder the great questions, opine on serious matters, and engage in the occasional cricket match. In essence, you'll get an authentic history lesson on the world's most famous university. You'll also enjoy a free day to explore the erudite


colleges of Oxford. Trinity, New, and University colleges are all within walking distance of your delightful and perfectly situated Randolph Hotel. You might also admire the circular, domed Radcliff e Camera, a library with subterranean holdings of 600,000 volumes. And an astounding collection of art and archaeological relics fi lls Ashmolean Museum across the street from the Randolph.


The Randolph Hotel, Oxford  Oxford, England


At this First-Class city centre hotel built in 1864, you’ll be only minutes on foot from many of the colleges and directly opposite the University of Oxford’s pres- tigious Ashmolean Museum. Enjoy a luxury spa, an award-winning restaurant, and a famous bar inspired by a popular British television series among other features in this historic hotel.


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