Walking

Walking The Cotswold Way Solo

19 Nov , 2013  

I’d originally planned to walk a section of the Cotswold Way with a fellow travel writer. When she had to back out due to some logistical complications, I was presented with an option: Rope in another friend or go it alone. I thought about it for a while and then decided that I would appreciate […]

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Local food in the Cotswolds

18 Nov , 2013  

The reputation of England as a place unconcerned with food is so old and outdated that it shouldn’t still need to be refuted. Yet I still encounter visitors and all sorts of random acquaintances from North America and mainland Europe who joke about the quality of the food in England. I love to correct their […]

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Autumn walking in the Cotswolds video

15 Nov , 2013  

Join Destination and Adventure Specialist, Laura Paterson as she takes you on a glorious autumn walking holiday in the Cotswolds.  The Cotswolds is the absolute best way to experience quintessential England.  Enjoy walking along the beautiful cottages in quaint villages and relax as you treat yourself to delicious food and cream teas along the way. […]

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Consummate England

14 Nov , 2013  

American, Australian, Japanese, and Chinese tourists, to name four nationalities particularly well represented as tourists in the Cotswolds, descend upon the region in season to bask in a particular fantasy version of England. I doubt that many leave unsatisfied. Landscape, architecture, and village scale all conspire to produce the ultimate fantasy of rural England. The […]

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Walking

The Costswolds – Quintessential England at it’s best

5 Nov , 2013  

Think of Quintessential England and what do you think of? Rolling green pastures, honey coloured thatched cottages, cream teas, friendly country pubs,  stately homes,  pretty market towns and quaint villages? Yes? Well, if so you can do no wrong by visiting the Cotswolds, where quintessential England is really showcased at it’s best. My recent trip to the Cotswolds […]

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Cycling

First cycling holiday: At the age of 60

16 Aug , 2013  

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As a kid I was always out on my bike (very different world back in the 1960s). Then, many years later, when the central line suffered a long time closure, I took back to cycling to commute to work. However, I never got into cycling as a leisure activity. I never invest in a good […]

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Cycling

Prolong your summer with an autumn escape

14 Sep , 2012  

  Prolong your summer with an autumn escape.   Autumn walking in the Mediterranean is sublime with warm days, cool evenings and tables laden with the rich summer harvest. Turquoise seas, relaxed harbour side dinners and coastal walking come as standard on our island hopping walking holidays in Greece. Pack your bags for Naxos and Santorini orCorfu and […]

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Great alternatives to the Cotswold Way!

22 Jun , 2012  

A walking holiday in the Cotswolds should not to be missed. Choose the Cotswolds and use those precious summer holidays meandering through one of England’s most popular walking destination. The Cotswolds offers a variety of walks with the most popular being the Cotswold way.  However, don’t be put off if it’s fully booked. There are many equally wonderful alternatives to […]

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Cotswold Way Video

19 Mar , 2012  

Walking the Cotswold Way from Macs Adventure on Vimeo. A walking holiday on the Cotswold Way takes you through some of the most quintisential English scenery. Macs Adventure are specialists in this area and you can see more information at http://www.macsadventure.com/cotswold-way/overview.php

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How many days to walk the Cotswold Way?

3 Jan , 2012  

The Cotswold Way explores the quintessential English countryside of the Cotswolds which makes it one of our most popular walking holidays in England. There is certainly plenty to discover along the trail. One question that people always ask is how long do they need to walk the Cotswold Way? How long you take to complete […]

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