Cardynham House

Address: Tibbiwell Street, Painswick, Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, England, GL6 6XX, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Tibbiwell Street, Painswick, is near Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre, Painswick Rococo Garden, and Museum in the Park.
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        We Gather Together

        A travel blog entry by cduval on Nov 08, 2015

        27 photos

        ... we NEARLY signed up for a house sitting gig in Hilo, Hawaii.

        The ad sounded great... tropical paradise, views to die for blah blah.

        It would have been for about 8 months starting next April.

        The house owners were really interesting and it turned out that they'd once worked in Camperdown near Sydney Uni and lived in Mosman--our patch. So more coincidences and links, adding to the appeal of the project.

        However.... a big part of our ...

        Halloween in Roman Britain

        A travel blog entry by devin.wilson on Oct 31, 2015

        85 photos

        ... Close to the Circus was a monument erected in memory of Frederick, Prince of Wales, who died from a freak accident while playing cricket. When he died his Father said good riddance. Poor Prince Frederick wasn't very respected. There's another story where he was eating in a place called the Pump Room and was told to leave because he was not dressed fancy enough. Prince Frederick ran out of the eatery crying and became a ...

        It's ____, but it's lovely.

        A travel blog entry by rlsjhos on Aug 14, 2015

        3 comments, 20 photos

        ... that if the English don't mention the cricket I won't mention the weather. Suffice to say that even the locals are complaining.
        There's a shot here of Cooper's Hill, not that you'd know it's a hill because of the mist. It is steep,very steep. I walk around it to traverse to the top and looking down (as in the photo) it just drops away. Cooper's Hill though is where they have the annual Gloucestershire cheese chase. Someone ...

        Dappled glades and woodlands

        A travel blog entry by julie.tennett on Jul 25, 2015

        ... set of stocks, an oddity in that the miscreants' legs were held in iron hoops. The church grounds contain interesting tombs and Yew Trees, inside the church has interest points - another oddity being the massive model of Drake's flagship the Bonaventure. Dinner with Susannah at the Falcon was good - mainly because Susannah was very interesting. Back at the Croft House we tried to sleep but the room was hot and light. There were two skylights and ...

        The Cotswold Way

        A travel blog entry by thevacationists on May 15, 2015

        82 photos

        ... hunting and gathering lifestyle to a more sedentary culture, 6000 years ago until about 4500 years ago. Interestingly, these longbarrows, an indication of ancestor veneration, are concentrated in the south and west of England while elsewhere on the Island they used megalithic stone "portal tombs" or "dolmens". Why is it different here?

        I have to say that we were incredibly lucky with the ...