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The Cotswolds region originally was a large producer of the finest wool in Europe which brought prosperity to the region. It fell onto difficult times, but today is enjoying a revival. A lot of the homes are constructed of stone from Bath, giving the area a charming appeal. We walked around Lower Slaughter with a working waterwheel, Stow- on- ...
... was created to copy a small German made encrypting machine that had several cogs, each turnig at different rates and starting at different spots, with different pins pushed into it, spinning at different rates. The amount of code variations that can go into the machine was proportionate to the number of atoms in the known universe, however the clever cryptographers figured out the machine, and then the code. Through the use of technology and invention ...
After lunch but for Ross finally found and rushed to make it to our scheduled 230 boat tour. Interestingly it was a one-way boat to reset one ended up in a different part of the city then Harwin started but it was good. Then we walked about three blocks and I went to the tower --the rest of them went elsewhere I forget where. I ...
... does it take to figure out the metro? 10, after an hour and help from 3 Brits. When we finally hunted down the bus, we found that it was a red double-decker! As the cheesy tourists we are, we sat in the front of the 2nd level. It's much more frightening up there. The bus looms over unsuspecting bicyclists and narrowly brushes past buildings as the driver navigates dark streets. Multiple times we feared for a bicyclist's life when he sped out in front of our ...
... a time out. I restrained myself from buying a gorgeous vase made by a famous ceramic company over 150 years old. He didn't want to ship it & I don't have room to pack it. Besides it was way too expensive!!! I need to look up the name oh the ceramics.
Time is getting short, off to Edinburgh by train. More to share next time!!