White Hart Royal Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 16th century buildings including the oldest cottage with a curving in roof. Also a brewery. Many nice shops and cafes. Very rocky soil....limestone rocks all interspersed through soil in some places, Lower slaughter Upper slaughter Stow Snowshill Lunch in Broadway - Market Pantry Carrot and coriander soup and half sandwich and lemonades. Chippen Camden Neolithic circle of stones - King ...
As most of the group had been drinking a little in celebration of Independence Day, we all decided to sleep in until around 1:00 today. A small group of girls decided to go shopping and sight-see in the afternoon as the guys tried to make plans for the rest of the weekend.
Our first stop in our excursion we the Carfax Tower in the middle of city centre. You can see Oxford for miles around you from the top of the tower. It is not for the faint of heart. ...
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... eye. Ian eventually joined me and was amazed at what was inside. He had beautiful paintings throughout the gallery which were actually oil prints on board. Some had been over-touched which we found out was done by an artist in the US. Tom passed away in April this year and his works were then reproduced in memory. He was a prolific artist and produced numerous works before he died. They were reasonably priced so we purchased ...
... of the roads are so narrow in the Cotswolds (some looking to our eyes like one-way lanes) that a big tour bus couldn't make the turns or pass the other cars on some of the roads we traveled. Prince Charles' Highgrove estate is in the area, and although we drove close to this property, we wouldn't have been allowed to view it.
Our first stop was ...