I don’t know if I am getting old or if this blog has made me more amenable to see the best of everything I visit but once more, I had a great outing today in the Cotswolds. My younger self would probably have found the idea of visiting a model village in a rural town bo-ring but I thought the model village in Bourton-on-the -Water was so very frightfully delightful…oh wait, I’m not just becoming older there, I’m becoming British!
Bourton-on-the-Water is one of the most visited villages in the Cotswolds and it is easy to see why. The scintillating waters of the Windrush flowing along the town adorn the magnificent cottages on its banks like a sumptuous gown adorns an already very pretty girl. The town is of course worth a visit for its sake only but until today, I didn’t know there is in fact a little village…
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Haha! I loved seeing this when I was there – I have a series of photos that I have been meaning to blog about (I didn’t start blogging until last year, many years after my Cotswold trip).
You should put them out. It’s always good to see what other people think of the same places we visited.
I shall! I’ll let you know and I’ll link up to you too!