The Smart Guide to Oxford: An essential guide to the City and University of Oxford that sticks to the best and leaves out the rest
by Johnny Oxford
Have you ever looked through a travel guide and thought, “how will I decide”? I bet you have. Most travel guides contain too much information: too many things to do, too many things to see, too many places to eat. And everything is awesome and unmissable. How do you decide? Simple. You buy a guide that understands that you need advice, not a directory of a billion options. A guide that understands the verb “to guide”. A smart guide. This is that guide. The Smart Guide to Oxford contains the best things to do in Oxford – the best Colleges to explore, the best scenic walks, the best museums to visit. Close to starvation and dying of thirst too? No problem. You’ll find Oxford’s best pubs, restaurants, fast food and coffee shops in these pages as well. And it’s up to date – or at least it was when it was published in May 2014. About the Author: Johnny Oxford has lived in Oxford for a long time, first as a student and then as a real person. His opinions have been forged on the anvil of experience and sharpened over the years on the whetstone of disappointment. The stuff in this guide is what he recommends to friends, family and Presidents of the United States.