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Secret Spots In Oxford

The Story Museum Alice’s Wonderland, Narnia, and Middle Earth were all worlds which emerged from the streets of Oxford, where fantasy authors Lewis Carroll, C.S. Lewis, and J.R.R. Tolkien spent time writing. Yet Oxford’s significance in children’s literature was often overlooked until 2014, when the Story Museum opened its doors ...
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Cafes and Pubs

Vaults and Garden This central café has got it covered whatever the weather. If it’s raining, cosy up inside under the stunning vaulted ceilings of the University’s Old Congregation House with a hot chocolate; if the sun is shining head out into the garden, and enjoy your tea with incredible ...
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Restaurants

Cherwell Boathouse A restaurant combined with a punt station, the Cherwell Boathouse boasts one of the best views in the city. This allows you to look out over the river with a glass from their extensive wine list, which has won ‘Wine List of the Year’ from the Good Food ...
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Conference Schedule

Dear Conference attendees, conference schedule in addition to city tour program has been sent to you via Email. Please check you Mail box ...
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Oxford Sightseeing

Oxford City Centre From prison to palace, treasure vault to the private zoo, the magnificent Tower of London has fulfilled many different roles down the centuries. One of Britain's most iconic structures, this spectacular World Heritage Site offers hours of fascination for visitors curious about the country's rich history - ...
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Modes of Presentation

The program committee will schedule all oral and poster sessions for presentation. Oral Sessions The presentation times for oral sessions are as follows: contributed presentations are 15 minutes. Please note: You must provide your presentation for preloading. Please submit your presentation (in English, copy-edited and proofread) via email to info<@>rsetconf.org, no later ...
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