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  • Answer: 225 miles taking this route:
    1. Take I-90 THRUWAY (toll road) - EAST (towards ALBANY), from Buffalo, to I-81 to WATERTOWN and BINGHAMTON at EXIT 36, near Syracuse; follow signs on the exit ramp to I-81 SOUTH to BINGHAMTON.
    2. Take I-81 SOUTH to NY-206 at EXIT 8 in WHITNEY POINT. Take the exit and follow signs to NY-206.
    3. Take NY-206 EAST to NY-12, and turn left onto NY-12 NORTH.
    4. Take NY-12 NORTH to Oxford.

  • Answer: that depends... if you are doing mathematical matric and science matric you can go to oxford
  • Answer: Museums - The Ashmolean, which is one of the oldest museums in the world and in a grand pillared building. It is mainly about the cultures of ancient civilisations such as the Egyptians e.t.cThe Natural History Museum has a vast display of various fossils which includes the bones of a t-rex which assemble nearly a complete towering skeleton. Skeletons of other animals large and small, from elephants to insects, are also displayed.The Pitt Rivers is the museum next to the Natural History Museum and is full of exotic wonders brought back by the explorer Pitt Rivers. These include anything from cutlery and weapons to canoes and shrunken skulls.Cinemas - Oxford has a couple of ODEONS in the city centre which show the new releases, as well as the Phoenix Picture House which may put on less main stream films, e.g foreign ones.Theatre - The Oxford Playhouse available for watching frivolous pantomimes and comical or passionate plays, Shakespeare e.t.cColleges - Many university colleges will permit the public to look round their pristine gardens, granting the visitor some peace and quiet away from the city.Ice Rink - There is in an ice rink just south of the city centre.Restaurants, Cafes, Bars - Like most cities, Oxford has places to eat and drink. Many of the bars can be found on Little Clarendon Street, slightly to the north of the centre.Concerts,Gigs - The 02 Academy on the Cowley Road hosts widely known live bands or artists.Gardens,Parks - The city has a large university parks open to the public. There are many tall trees there. There are also botanical Gardens for those interested in specific plants and flowers.
  • Answer: one of the most prominent intellectuals and thinkers of England in the fifteenth and sixteenth century e.g. John Colet, Desiderius Erasmus, and Thomas More.
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  • Answer: It is 617 miles according to Google Maos
  • Answer: The distance between the starting point and the destination is 78.7mi, (127km), and will take approximately 1 hour 27 minutes of driving time.
  • Answer: The driving distance is approximately 47 road miles.
  • Answer: There are 548 shops In oxford street
  • Answer: 94 miles taking this route:
    1. EXIT the airport, and follow signs to M11. Follow signs to M11(S) LONDON (to M25).
    2. Take M11 to M25 at J6; follow signs to M25 WATFORD.
    3. Take M25, around London, to M40 to OXFORD at J16.
    4. Take M40 to A40 to OXFORD at J8.Take A40 to Oxford.

  • Answer: If you follow the M25 from Oxford to Kent, bypassing London, you can reach your destination in 2 hours and 12 minutes (on average) travelling an approximate 118 miles depending what part of Kent you want to go to.
  • Answer: About 45 miles by road.

What is halfway between Oxford OH and Syracuse NY?

  • Burghill, Ohio

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