Number Four at Stow
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Driving trip – Part 4 – penultimate: What a pleasant surprise! Shrewsbury was a town to stop at, about half way between Rochdale and Gloucester – we hadn't researched it other than it looked like a good place to while-away a couple of days sightseeing. Weren’t we in for a surprise – this place is full of little historical delights. To start, it turns out that Shrewsbury is the birthplace of Charles Darwin. We then collect a ...
... I enjoyed afternoon tea in the Gwalia Tea Room above the authentic, turn of the century country store. The reconstructed village really helps us imagine what life may have been like hundreds of years ago – not a lifestyle I would want to go back to. Had I lived during that era I most likely would have passed on 20 years ago.
The following day we we visited Blenheim Palace, present day home to ...
... House which is the oldest inn in England. It has recently been renovated so looked very new in some ways but the grandness of the building which originated over 1000 years ago was still evident. We had a pre-dinner drink and then got shown to our table. Was a very nice meal, more like a restaurant than a pub although I did have fish pie. Was very good and made me bit home sick. Joel had lamb which he kindly shared with me. I tried to share my dessert ...
... we have included photos and video of our stop We then proceeded along the back roads to Stow-on-the-Wold, where we were delighted to find it was market day. We purchased some locally made Brie and cider, wandered the town and stopped at a tearoom where had awesome tea and scones - the clotted cream was tasty and ...
... to the Gloucester Quay. It was signposted by a brown sign but turned out to be a outlet shopping centre. We did look around the water area but it was nothing great. We then headed out of Gloucester which caused much stress to Jo navigating the roundabouts. We headed back on our way to Stow and stopped off at upper and then lower slaughter for a walk around, both lovely villages and very cotswoldy. Another day gone very ...