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Today was a bonus for me - a personal tour of the Cotswolds!
Felicity, a fellow Slow Traveller, who was instrumental in us being able to rent the flat in South Kensington, offered to show me her part of England. She lives with her husband in Ilmington, a small village in the Cotswolds, in a 300-400 year old stone house, with a 'cottage' (another 2-storey stone house) which she rents to short-term visitors to the area (and a flat in Dublin as well).
Felicity met me at ...
... a M&S section inside. We went back to the B&B and sat in the gardens with the bright orange sunset as a back drop. It was great to have a change from pub and restaurant meals.
Watched plenty of replays of the Geelong v Port Adelaide match - how good is that?
Just got an email copy of the advertisement for my job at LPBT - will have to do the application while I'm away. These things happen.
Tomorrow - Windsor Castle, looking forward to that ..
OXFORD- I feel the spirit of the edcauted oops I mean educated :) come down on me. I am surrounded by limestone walled, wooden doored universities on every corner. The Cotswolds... Thatched roofs, limestone villages. The sun pokes out to kiss you on the cheek. I could live here in any house any day (preferably a warmer one) :) We sit beside the stream in Bourton-on-the-Water but only for a little while ...
Tuesday 2 October 2012 – Moreton in Marsh
Today was market day in the village. We headed out after breakfast to wander through the village and the markets. I found a lovely shop that sold beautiful clothes so decided to wander in and take a look. The shirts were very high quality cotton but were expensive.
We wandered around the markets which sold all sorts of goods. The butcher was the most interesting. He was set up inside ...
... we had a hotel booking. We had no problems finding our hotel (The Manor House) – it is on the high street, not far from the shops. It was cool now so when we walked into the reception, they had the log fire going. I knew I was going to be comfortable here. Our room was in the “attic”, we had to go up two flights of stairs and then across a hall and then down three steps, then down another hallway and ...