Trip Number:  
1907

Title:        
SHAKESPEARE TO STONEHENGE: WALK THE COTSWOLD OF ENGLAND 

Dates:        
July 24-Aug. 3, 2019

Price:        
$2,875

First Publication: 1801            Last Publication: 1902


Web Instructions: ASAP, walking, cultural 


Web Notice:

Typical Cotswold cottages and villages, lush green countryside, historic
houses, welcoming country pubs and inviting shops make England's
Cotswold a walker's paradise. The trip begins and ends in London - one
of Europe's most iconic and recognizable cities. A private mini-coach
takes us into the countryside, stopping along the way for lunch at
Stratford Upon Avon, where William Shakespeare made his home. Our 6-dau
walking tour begins in the Regency town of Cheltenham Spa and takes us
through the picturesque towns of the North Cotswold. We will enjoy some
of the most scenic walking in England, soon discovering for ourselves
why The Cotswold is described as "a honey pot for walkers." Completing
our loop back in Cheltenham, we will transfer to UNESCO Heritage Site,
Bath. Known as "the most beautiful ciry in Britain," Bath is the home of
many historic Georgian and Roman spas. On our way back to London we make
a stop to tour another of England's icons -- Stonehenge. $2875 trip
price includes 9 nights accommodations including English style breakfast
meal vouchers, airport land transfer voucher, private mini-coach
transfers to and from London, entrance to Stonehenge (basic pass),
walking maps, and emergency medical and evacuation insurance.

Info Tag:

For details contact L Leader Dick Cable, r.cable@sbcglobal.net ; CL
Janis Stahlhut, jstahlhut@me.com.

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