Our upcoming trip to London has hit what I hope is a minor snag. My wife has lately been plagued with plantar faciitis (foot pain) lately. We usually walk all over (and fast!)--and we're hoping her treatment will have an effect soon--but we want to prepare.
We can slow our pace, take more buses, etc., in London. (This is our fifth visit, so we feel confident that we can work this out and still enjoy the city.)
However, we decided we will not do guided walks for our planned day-trips to Oxford and to Bath. (The pace will probably be too fast.)
Instead, we are looking into biking these two towns -- either with guided bike tours or self-guided (which seem available from bike rental places). NOTE: Her podiatrist says biking would not pose a problem.
I was wondering if any Fodorites had experience...in either or both towns...and can make some recommendations/tips.
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