Oxford Covered Market, Oxford has virtually everything inside this maze of shops. Make sure you pick up a salad box from the delicious Alpha Bar and watch them making spectacular creations in the cake shop window.
I absolutely loved Oxford when I went. The buildings, the streets, the bicycles propped up against just about any corner; abuzz but also relaxed. It was really inspiring to me. I probably had my mouth gaping open the whole time like an idiot. It was beautiful
The Locals' Guide To Oxford #refinery29 North Parade Produce Store Muddy carrots? Check. Local cheeses and delicious charcuterie? Check. Other enticing organic accoutrements? Check. This tiny former butcher’s shop is a sweet, little love note to sustainable, organic food; all produce is from local, organic gardens. We predict you’ll be impulse-purchasing grassy-green, unfiltered olive oil and wheels of Oxford cheese. North Parade ...
Alice's Shop, in Oxford, England. Oxford is home to Alice in Wonderland author, Lewis Carroll who wrote the famous story in here based on muse, Alice Liddell. Liddel used to frequent this shop when it was a grocery store to buy sweets and has now been turned into a gift shop. The shop is also represented in Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking Glass as The Old Sheep Shop.