5 Comments

  1. Lara Dunning

    I’m a huge C.S. Lewis fan too, so I know I would love this experience! That was so nice of Louise to drive you to some of his key places. I am saving this for when I go to England.

  2. megan_claire

    I know CS Lewis for the Chronicles of Narnia, but I had no idea that he had come from Oxford. I’ve been once before, but my biggest goal then was to visit the colleges for the architecture (and admittedly for the Harry Potter references!!) – beautiful part of the UK though and I would love to head back for more than a day trip from London next time. It’s fabulous that the community honor CS Lewis so much – with tours even though his first home is still a private house, and the church mountain a plague and stained glass. What a fabulous way to spend a day – walking in his footsteps, and exploring such a rich literary history.

  3. Kenny T.K. Chow

    An amazing experience to follow the footsteps of C.S. Lewis in Oxford and the historic settings and interesting stories are inspiring to anyone ~ thanks for sharing this and enjoy Oxford, England! It looks so difference when I was there. @knycx.journeying

  4. Aimee Horgan

    Isn’t Oxford such a beautiful city, so much history and culture and a very cool vibe. I haven’t done the C.S Lewis tour but its certainly something to keep in mind for when we visit again.

  5. So serendipitous to find such an opportunity unexpectedly in your Airbnb. Looks like you had a most valuable and educational exploration but then you also experienced the oldest coffee shop in England. So epic!

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