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Jun 21, 2016 - walk through history - pretty Painswick

We decided to bus it down to Painswick for a look around as several people had told us it was their favorite stop on the Cotswold Way. It was a very old village with narrow winding streets and sandstone buildings some with lovely, colourful flowerboxes to brighten up their houses. There was a light at each end of downtown so traffic had to take turns on this stretch of road as it was too narrow for 2 way traffic. On our previous trips to Europe we had noticed that pretty much all the vehicles were small - lots of Smart Cars, Mini's, VW's,...

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Sep 4, 2009 - Rose

Although the B&B experience at Needlehole Forge has been a little odd, Anne and Brian are very warm and friendly folk and after a rather good cooked brekkie they drove the four of us back to the spot from which they extracted us yesterday eve. The day began with both wind and sun and ended much the same way although there was some easing in the wind velocity by the time we hung up our poles at Painswick, another trek of about 22 km. But I get ahead of myself. Naturally there are some stories to be told so I will get on with them but not...

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