suifeng2019Bibury’s fame is due to its unique houses and peaceful atmosphere. The honey-colored stone huts built 600 years ago still remain. The swans were playing happily in the shallow river on the side of the road.
M32***23The tourist town is really not a fake name. The narrow streets are full of tourists' cars. The main road here is still called High Street. The street is not long. Both sides are full of rare and interesting shops and country hotels. The logo of Chipping Campden is standing. There is a very eye-catching building in the middle of the high street, that is the landmark of the town-The Ancient Market Hall (The Ancient Market Hall), this hall was built in 1627, when it was a market selling butter, cheese and meat products This should be the ancestor of the modern indoor farmer’s market. This honey stone building is topped by a number of sloped roofs like attics, surrounded by arches on all sides. From a distance, it looks a bit like a temple in Asia. I would never think it was a market building.
coo***anDo you know Kozwo? At least I was very new to this name before I came to the UK. Even when I was doing the strategy before the trip, I just felt that the publicity was more than actual, maybe it was just a few small villages. But when I was really in it, I realized that the British strategy is not in the slightest exaggeration. The beauty here is absolutely beyond your imagination. Cotswolds: An ancient and elegant English town, a quiet and cozy heart of England!
王小柱是真疯了The Cotswolds, which holds the honorary title of "Britain's Most Beautiful Village", is located in southwestern England. The region covers six counties geographically, but does not have the significance of administrative divisions. Lin Yutang once said: "The ideal life in the world is to live in the English countryside." This shows the romantic charm of rural life in the English countryside. The Cotswolds was famous for its wool industry in the Middle Ages, plus the hills one after another, hence the name "Cotswolds" ("Wald" means "hills, hills" in English ). The landscape of each town mainly includes villages made of stones, towns with a strong history, and magnificent buildings and gardens. There is no hustle and bustle of a big city, no shopping streets, but some are quiet, comfortable and cozy. It is definitely a good place to sink the soul and sublimate the soul.
_We***45This little town Stratford upon Avon is the birthplace of William Shakespeare. you’ll find the house he was born in and able to take a tour. definitely worth going. It has plenty of small quant stores dotted around and the whole town is dedicated to theatre and Shakespeare.
_We***24Blenheim Palace, also known as Churchill Manor, is the residence of the Duke of Marlborough and the birthplace of Winston Churchill. It is the only non-religious and non-royal building in the UK that has the title of "palace", and it is also a classic of British gardens. The palace is located in Woodstock, Oxford and was built by John Van Burr. It integrates pastoral scenery, gardens and courtyards, showing an outstanding style. In 1987, this mansion was listed as a world cultural heritage.