hiking in the cotswalds

Jan 3rd, 1998, 08:31 AM
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larry armatage
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hiking in the cotswalds

my wife and a friend plan a walking tour of the cotswalds in may 1998.... any suggestions would be most welcome, or suggested web-sites, or other sources of information. Too bad Fodor's don't have a feature on this, but I'm sure some of you do have valuable tips. Thanks.
 
Jan 8th, 1998, 05:00 AM
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I bought an excellent book called 25 walks in the Cotswolds by Ted Fryer. I bought it thru Wordsworth Books online. Its one of the better books I've seen on this subject. One "not to miss" place we visited last year in the Cotswolds was Snowshill. Happy walking!
 
Jan 8th, 1998, 11:31 AM
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In 1994 my wife and I spent a week walking in the Cotswolds with HF Holidays, an English rambler's association. The HF house is in Bourton-on-the-Water and we had a great time. I think you can find HF Holidays on the Web. If not, and if you'd like information, write to me.
 
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This is in response to the thread, "How long have you been on Fodors?" I searched through and found this message from me in Jan. '98. What fun!
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