The White Hart Stow
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe White Hart Stow Stow-on-the-Wold
A very busy popular place. Great coffee. Great place to meet other ramblers. Great wi-fi. Room a little small for such a long stay. Perfect location. 10 min from Cheltenham
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... the wool trade. Here we found the Almshouses which Sir Baptist Hicks built in 1612 at a total cost of £1,000, to house 6 poor men and 6 poor women. To this day they are still used by 12 pensioners from Campden.
Unfortunately we weren't able to take long walks into the countryside for which the Cotswolds are famous....Otro año!
We're provisioning for a canal trip in Wales and will be out ...
... 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 ...
... his home had been so well set up. There were people all through dressed in costume, ready to chat with you about the rooms they were in. We had our own private theatre as two women recited parts of his plays to us and everyone was very friendly. There were 3 other significant homes to visit in the town so we walked around to those. We were beginning to get quite wet so it was good to be back in the car and on our way. It was a great town and the buildings were ...
We were most certainly some of the most spoilt backpackers around when it came to our UK portion of our trip. Not only did we have our friend's Duncan and Lucy's home to call our base, but they also lent us one of their cars for us to travel around in. Awesome!!!
With our new wheels it was time to explore some of the English countryside. My mum loves watching all those BBC "move to the country" ...
... Matthew and I aren't skilled and we zig-zagged back and forth.
After punting for a bit more than an hour we walked about town and stopped for some pizza. Matthew had a Marrakeck pizza - Spiced minced lamb, slow roasted red peppers, red onions, mozzarella, tzatziki and fresh mint and I had a Melbourne pizza - Chunks of brie, roasted butternut squash and red ...