The Manor House Hotel
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... Binghampton (?) We started out towards Boureton-on-the-Water which is where she is from. She drives a very nice Eurobus (wide window van) which is very comfortable. Let Dani sit in the front seat as I expected there may be a little motion sickness. I am so glad that I hired the tour guide since driving around the Cotswolds is very tricky. There are many one lane roads where you have to ...
... for a short walk around Bourton-on-Water, a scenic but quite busy touristy village (the shallow stream through the middle is a delight), and a wander around Stow-on-the-Wold.
I had time before my train, so Felicity dropped me off in Moreton-in-Marsh and I wandered along the main street, having a look at the village as I walked. There were a few interesting characters on the platform, and it wasn't too long a wait for the train back to Paddington.
A great day!
... class was Romantic Literature. It was in Balliol College, which was built in 1263! It is the oldest college of the 39 colleges in Oxford. And it was beautiful! It looked like a castle. Apparently during the Victorian Age they ripped down a lot of the medieval architecture and replaced it with what our professor called a "disney world castle monstrosity", but I thought every part of it was beautiful. We followed her through the front quad, under ...
... for horse and cart let alone vehicles! What an ancient town! It wasn't actually just one uni as I expected but lots of colleges all around (18). So far coffee in the UK has been a dreadful letdown... Then we got back to our spaceships and headed for Moreton-in-Marsh (Cotswolds) where we strolled around town and did some food shopping for camping. We continued road tripping through Stow-on-the-Wold ...
... colour and the ivy is starting to turn a firey red colour. It is magnificent to see and is a lovely contrast against the green foliage. We decided to wander through the streets taking photos of gardens that had these autumn colours. On the way I found this cute fat black and white cat I named Sylvester. He was very smoochie, jumped up on the table of the local pub and started rubbing himself against my face. I managed to get a ...