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An afternoon in Oxford, UK

After 4, somewhat exhausting days of walking the streets of London, we headed out to Oxford, the oldest university in the english-speaking world.

The architecture and the history emanating from its buildings are fascinating. You can’t help yourself but want to touch the ancient walls that line the narrow streets connecting these beautiful buildings together. Here’s a collection of photos we took during our afternoon walkabout after we enjoyed a lunch at Cafe Coco around the corner from our funky little Airbnb.

Kasm & Baharak - Airbnb in Oxford

Kasm & Baharak – Airbnb in Oxford

 

Kasm chillin' at our funky airbnb

Kasm chillin’ at our funky Airbnb

 

Cafe Coco around the corner from our Airbnb on Cowley Rd, Oxford

Cafe Coco around the corner from our Airbnb on Cowley Rd, Oxford

 

Cafe Coco - Spot the man in the bath

Cafe Coco – Can you spot the man in the bath?

 

Walking along High street in Oxford

Walking along High street in Oxford

 

It's good to be king

It’s good to be king

 

Courtyard leading to Divinity College

Courtyard leading to Divinity College

 

Oxford, UK - Building off a court yard

Oxford, UK – Building off a court yard

 

Photographers at work

Photographers at work

 

Meanders through Oxford University

Meandering through Oxford University

 

Admiring the history and architecture at Oxford University

Admiring the history and architecture at Oxford University

 

Christ Church Oxford

Christ Church Oxford

One fun day soaking in the ancient atmosphere, now off to Cornwall..

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  • Dee June 28, 2016 at 8:04 pm

    I feel a little more scholarly just looking at these pictures:) that *is* a funky lil’ air bnb! Your blog is evolving guys…love it:) Enjoy!!

    • Baharak Ghorbani
      Baharak Ghorbani June 29, 2016 at 5:42 am

      It is a pretty impressive university. Kasm said he wants to go to school there and study Geology 😀

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