Lady’s Beautiful Guide to a Day Trip to Oxford

Do you ever end up traveling somewhere a million times in a short period, then not at all for a long time? That happened to me with Oxford. When I first moved to London I was there a lot, but now it’s been years since my last trip. I’ve been itching to get back, though, so I bought a train ticket and planned an Oxford day trip.

Oxford Day Trip


Lady Plays the One Giant Chicken Game

It’s not every day you see a giant yellow chicken walking down the street in London. Or groups of people going from door to door trying to find it. In fact, I don’t think I ever even dreamed of such a thing until I started playing the One Giant Chicken game.

One Giant Chicken


Lady in Alice in Wonderland’s Oxford

I have always had a strong connection to Alice in Wonderland. For starters, my mother’s name is Alice. As if that’s not enough, playing the role of Alice in the musical version when I was young made me an even bigger fan. But it wasn’t until I moved to London that I learned what a strong connection Alice herself had to one specific place: Oxford.

White rabbit from Alice in Wonderland in Oxford


Lady on a Day Tour

On Friday I celebrated my four year anniversary of living in London. Throughout my time here, I have made an effort to see as much of the country as I can. One way I have gone about it is to take day trips from London to other parts of England. I always do so independently, either by train or car. Until Saturday, that is. On Saturday GetYourGuide invited me to take an organized day trip from London to the Cotswolds, Warwick Castle, Stratford-upon-Avon, and Oxford.

Warwick Castle in England