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Cotswold by Rail. One day. Cirencester, Bibury, Burford

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I have been to the Cotswold's before and have stayed In Cheltenham for over a week. I have been to 3 different villages, Moreton-in-Marsh, Stow-on-the-Wold and Burton on Water. With that said, I will be returning so show my friend just a small taste of the Cotswolds and would like to see different sites. We are staying in London and have access to a rail pass. In looking at a map, I notice that the only rail station options are Kemble, Moreton in Marsh as well as Oxford. Then I am assuming we would just take a bus to villages. What is a good suggested itinerary? I was thinking orginially London to Kemble then taxi to Cirencester, bus to Bibury then to Burford then to Oxford and taking rail back to London. Is this logical. I kind of didn't want to repeat the same villages as I have seen before.

Open for suggestions to possible one day itinerary.
Thanks!

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