One of the villages we visited in the Cotswolds was Bourton-on-the-Water. The River Windrush that runs through the town and is so picturesque. Several low, arched bridges have led to Bourton-on-the-Water being called the “Venice of the Cotswolds.”
I love that old Morris Minor station wagon too.
Great weekend, everyone.
Very nice picture! Thank you for sharing! Have a nice weekend, Carole!
Thanks, Susan. 🙂
Love the Cotswolds and this is why!
Thank you for the visit and lovely comment!
Such a great and very moody image!
Thanks so much!
classic look 🙂
Most definitely. 🙂
Postcard perfect! Did you get to do any hiking through the countryside? That always seems like a lovely thing to do when there.
Aw, thanks, Jackie. We did some walking around the towns, but wanted to see as many villages as we could. Didn’t know it would take so long! So many picturesque places. I wanna go back….
I love this. It’s one of my favourite regions in the world and I often dream to move there.
It is postcard perfect as Jackie calls it. But thene there’s Cornwall. We discuss periodically about moving to England. This is one of those times again. 🙂
I am dying to see Cornwall, Caroline! I used to read Rosamunde Pilcher’s novels which are set there and they made me want to visit. Would also like to see Dorset after watching the series Broadchurch.
Such a beautiful and charming place. I just returned from a walk through Little Venice by Paddington. Not nearly as charming since it’s by the railway and there’s so much trash. Heartbreaking, but Miles loves all the smells there.
I’ll bet he does. 🙂