Footloose in Oxford and York
               Oxford & York
 
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  A TALE OF TWO CITY BREAKS      
We've chosen two UK cities which are incredibly popular with our visitors from overseas. Both are considered to be real-life film sets and are a joy to walk in. Harry Potter, Inspector Morse and many more films have been written, inspired and recorded in these two magnificent cities.
 Join us on the walking routes described below....

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              ~ Two films on one DVD    

Part 1 ~ THE CITY OF OXFORD 
Elegant, classical and classy   




In high summer the couple find the best route to discover the architecturally stunning colleges and their histories. They find out where Inspector Morse and Harry Potter were filmed, and explore the dark past of Oxford's Castle & Pris
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Part 2 ~ THE CITY OF YORK
Dark, medieval and ghostly,     


Featuring the UK’s most complete city wall walk, the National Railway Museum, York Minster, Castle Museum, the Jorvik Viking Centre, the medieval Shambles and wonderful snickleways. Ends with a taste of York chocolate and a spooky ghost tour.

 DEBRA & DAVE’S GRAND DAY OUT - In a BONUS CHAPTER they take a nostalgic and entertaining steam ride on the fabulous North Yorkshire Moors Railway, destination Whitby. Goths, pirates, Dracula and the haunting Abbey ruins all feature in this wonderful Yorkshire seaside town.
 
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Useful links:

Climate ~ London

www.londonhut.com
  Everything London under one roof! Dynamic information site ~ Start your Journey here!

www.VisitLondon.com   

LondonWalks

Jubilee Walkway
    (Official website)
     
Changing of the Guard
    (British Army website)
 
The Lamb and Flag 
 
The Museum of London 

Map of our Route   (our trail, marked out in four parts on a Google Map)
 
The London Eye


Although transport is pretty good in London, many of the tube stops are actually very close to each other... When you walk the steets on this, or any other trail in Central London, you will start to wonder why on previous visits you have spent so long going down and up steps, escalators and connecting passageways!

If you are not after fancy food, then London pub grub can be good value if you are watching your pennies. Many pubs seem to be in stiff competition with each other and the price of drinks and basic food can be surprisingly good value. During busy periods service can be patchy.

We recommend hotel bookings by www.expedia.co.uk


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