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A Travel Blog by jenniferbaer
... , Waddesdon Manor and gardens, Blenheim Palace, a tour of London, a visit to Christ Church at Oxford, and the Cotswold villages. Our group will also be treated to an introduction to William Shakespeare at his birthplace in Stratford-Upon-Avon, ...
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A Travel Blog entry by kitto from Cotswold, United Kingdom
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A Travel Blog entry by jakin from Cotswold, United Kingdom
A Travel Blog entry by croxandlilt from Chipping Norton, England, United Kingdom
... Chipping Camden and while the crowds were not ideal, even bus loads of geriatrics couldn't take away from the beauty of the Cotswold stone cottages. The other piece of news to update - it seems many could not follow directions so we received many votes ...
A Travel Blog entry by charlief from Winchcombe, England, United Kingdom
... ; For the cartographers and anyone interested in navigation, I've now switched to using a Harvey map for the The Cotswold Way. Harvey maps specialise in maps for walkers and cyclists, and they are particularly useful for long-distance paths ...
A Travel Blog entry by wwpjstevenson from Cotswolds, England, United Kingdom
... of jump starting one of the smart cars with several cooks in attendance! We chose a nearby public path leading to the Cotswold Way via the village of Painswick. I think the Cotswold Way is about 102 miles overall and only recently connected up to ...
A Travel Blog entry by tntontour from Cheltenham, England, United Kingdom
... commenced with a leisurely and picturesque drive to Bourton on the Water. Many of the structures were fabricated out of Cotswold Stone, giving the place a yellow glow. The weather held as we wandered around the historic village and for the duration of ...
A Travel Blog entry by rstrub from Gloucester, England, United Kingdom
Did the Gloucestershire Way from Plump Hill to Minsterworth with the South Cotswold Ramblers. Over 12 very tough miles. I'm a big fan of their web site. Their photos soothed this footpath addict every morning for ...
A Travel Blog entry by rstrub from Broadway, England, United Kingdom
... to Broadway - 24 pounds. Went to church. Strolled through Broadway and bought a walking map as we wouldn't be on the Cotswold way and I didn't want to make any mistakes. As headed out of town we had lots of companions on this sunny ...
A Travel Blog entry by bjmeacham from Cotswolds, England, United Kingdom
... "Heart of England". The area is characterised by attractive small towns and villages built of the underlying "Cotswold stone" (a yellow limestone). In the Middle Ages the wool trade made the Cotswolds prosperous. Some of ...
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Shurdington Road, Brockworth, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom
... at its quoted rack rates of £120+ it is very poor value. A reasonably modern hotel, in a nice location (just below the Cotswold ridge at Birdlip), showing some signs of aging but definitely still quite smart. Big rooms, but only public rooms are air ...Traveler Rating
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Batsford Park, , Moreton-in-Marsh, Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom130 reviews
Dedicated to education people about birds of prey.
Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom18 reviews
This 104-mile hiking trail starts close to Shakespeare's Stratford and finishes in Bath, as it winds through pretty countryside and delightful villages steeped in history.
Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom8 reviews
Walking tours for small groups of women (and men, occasionally.)