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||Bob's cousin, Michelle
Greenwald, lives than half an hour from Stow-in-the-Wold, our Cotswold
base. Bob and Michelle, who hadn't seen each other for a couple of
decades, at least, had considerable catching up to do when she joined us
for dinner at the Eagle & Child pub in Stow.
||On the road between
Broadway (where we had tea, see below) and
Stow, Jean Sue snapped this scenic of the Cotwswold countryside.
||Tea time at the Lygon
Arms Hotel in Broadway. No, not the Broadway called the Great White Way.
The Broadway that's a village in the northern part of the Cotswolds,
with a High Street filled with quite little shops ready to cater to the
up-market tourist's needs. The Lygon Arms is part of the Savoy Group.
Its full afternoon tea was among the best we have ever
||Bob took a lot of
liberties with his new photo software in this photo of the ancient
between Stow and Chipping Norton. Here's the
||Throughout sheep country
in England and Wales, we noticed that many of the stone enclosures were
built like this one, with stones balanced on top pointing up. We assume
it's designed to dissuade high-jumping sheep from taking off.
||Jean Sue enjoyed a quick
top-of-the-double-decker-bus-tour of Stratford-Upon-Avon, including its
canals. Meanwhile, Bob sat in a local pub watching England advance in
the World Cup.
||The bus tour also took
Jean Sue to Anne Hathaway's cottage in Stratford.
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