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If you recall from my trip report on London in 2012, DH hurt his ankle while we were there. In anticipation of our upcoming trip to England, he managed to break his leg three months ago. He is using a cane and knee brace, but he is still having some trouble getting around.

I plan to buy tickets for the buses in Bath and Stratford-Upon-Avon, but I would like to know more about Oxford. I remember reading somewhere on this board that the bus in Oxford was not that helpful. Would it be better to take taxis or would we be able to get around to the colleges via the bus? I had planned to take the walking tour, but I don’t think that is feasible at this point.

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