The part of Castle Combe we went to on our tour wasnt very big. It was almost a ghost town, but the little shops and buildings were old and inviting. Cute little flower window boxes everywhere and the little church had a nice history to it. The church also honored one of their knights with his own tomb which represents he was in two crusades. You can also see in the church the old machine which operates the church bell. The graveyard is kind of messy because it was small, and lots of people were burried there, but it was nicely taken care of. This little village is a nice way to stretch your legs and take a few photos, but don't get your hopes up to find lots to see and do. There are a few shops and coffee shop, but it wont take you anymore then an hour and half to see.
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