Fosse Manor Hotel
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... shops, beautiful stone buildings and the oldest church in the Cotswolds. We also drove through Whitney (very uninteresting), Great Barrington (tiny), Great Rissingon (very prosperous looking with a popular pub) and Burton-on-the-Water, one of our favorites. Reminded us of Niagara-on-the-Lake. Finally on the way home we went to check out a gastropub in Bourton-on-the -hill for tomorrow's dinner.
Wrapped up a lovely day with dinner at the Stow ...
... again very quaint but they do all start looking very much alike. Went out to dinner with Judy's cousin and husband to another of the wee villages, very nice pub, I was a VERY good friend and asked if they had some coasters for someone I know who collects them and the very kind publican gave me a whole bag full of goodies to take home, I'm sure all will be wrapped individually and put under a xmas tree somewhere in the middle of the North ...
... br> It's a guy looking in a mirror! At least, that is what I thought. Marta interpreted that it was a surgeon and patient on the operating table and they are like step-siblings? I think... But Michael had the same thought as me so I'm sticking with mine.
Our meeting was at 7:15, and that was when I started feeling sick. I was just sitting there chatting with Jen and Joe, then the meeting started, and it was like someone hit me in ...
... speak to you and tell you about the monument that you are seeing. It even has a channel just for kids. The girls really enjoyed these, and they listened really intently and learnt quite a bit about each heritage site we went to.
You catch a little tram to the Stonehenge monument, but before you do, you get to see how the people who built Stonehenge lived. The re-created ...
... fortunately was still serving food! We all crowded in and sat down to enjoy a very nice delayed lunch. My stomach was still bit uneasy so I went for a smaller and plainer meal of an open sandwich of cheddar and chutney. Joel managed to fit in a large club sandwich which appeared to have everything possible on it.
It seems every village in the Cotwolds and other villages out of London have a street named Sheep street. It apparently was where ...