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Glorious weather (to hot for some) all the tourist attractions were packed with visitors. The inn I stayed at last night were hopeless 08.30 breakfast meant that's when the chef got up, didn't get going till 10. 21 miles and 5000ft of ascent , I'm well and truly cream crackered, be glad of an easy 15 ...
... t nearly as many pecans and the gooey part wasn't nearly as gooey. The cream tea was to be expected, delicious, and it has become my fall back at all of our afternoon teas.
After a couple of hours in town, we headed back home for the night. Stratford on Avon was a nice English town and would be a great place to stay if you wanted the English town feel that was still close enough to London to see the big city as well. Overall, not bad but not too terribly exciting.
... or if soldiers arrived.
We're all looking forward to starting the Cotswold Way walk tomorrow, and Nise and I have already had a little recce along the first bit of the walk to see where it heads, and how well the track is marked.
We've got a fair walk of around 18km tomorrow to the village of Wood Stanway. Everyone is telling us what a lovely walk this is so we're full of anticipation.
Bye for now,
Alan and ...
... in the area doing beautiful work. I visited a few of the workshops.
One of the coolest things about the day was spending time in the Tea Room. I have heard -- English, American, German, French, and Italian. And those are the ones I could recognize!! And I forgot Japanese.
So it has been a very slow day. Designed to recouperate. Maybe an early night!! And I think that is all for today. Think I have caught up! Now will go and try to add ...
... who gets to give the house its name. Was it something handed down for generations? Or could a new owner say “I want this to be named Snickerdoodle House” and that would thenceforth be the name? Or Burger King house, selling the naming rights to a corporation?
The restaurant is quaint, small with a low ceiling and visible beams that bespeak its age. The old fireplace now houses a free-standing gas stove and a wine rack, with brochures from a local (I ...