The Transport Museum had a lot of buses in varying states of repair, a good history of public transport in Oxford, and the Morris Motors museum - about William Morris and the cars he made in Cowley. Virginia's folks first car was a Morris Minor estate. It rained a little while we were there, we stopped at a Co-op on the way back for some retail therapy.
A wet afternoon then we went to the Copper Kitchen in Bicester. Lovely old charm of the place, wooden beams uneven ceiling, a door which when opened revealed a bare wall which they used to get supplies. I was reduced to orange juice as no cranberry juice or apple juice. Virginia and parents had chicken salad, very generous portions, I had Croatian goulash. Sadly we had to park some away in the miserable rain and dark. I was embarrassed for the poor parents.