Oxford is a town famous for its many pubs, but this Thursday my friends and I wandered outside the city a bit to visit The Perch. Perhaps most famous for being a haunt of author Lewis Carroll (and supposedly part of the inspiration for Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland), this pub is a 17th century thatched inn that may just be the most scenic place I’ve visited in Oxford. To get there from St. Annes you have to cross Port Meadow and the Thames and walk for half an hour, providing a lovely, sunset after dinner stroll that was absolutely worth the time.

The Perch

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