Oxford Botanic Garden (Oxford) Reviews
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Newest Review: ... and that it would be wise not to try to force any more on them. So I proposed the Botanical Gardens and they - very politely - agree to go along with that suggestion. I think that unless you are determined to find it, the Botanical Gardens are very easily missed. You can walk down the High Street and over Magdalen Bridge without having the slightest idea that they are tucked away behind the ... more
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by - written on 30/09/11 (Very useful, 54 readings)
~Was it ever really like that?~ Looking back on my student days it seemed like the weather was always sunny, the jokes were always funny, the food tasted better (which is definitely not true) and the British obsession with gardening meant that Oxford was always filled with perfect lawns and beautiful flower beds. Was this last thing any more true than the others? Quite possibly not, but it's undeniable that the city takes great care to always put its best floral face forward. Nowhere can you find a better example of that than in the Oxford University Botanical Gardens. It's typical of many of the city's attractions that they tend to be pretty much ... Read the complete review
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