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Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Charlie's Cotswolds Capers Pt1.

Last week Susannah took Charlie and I away for a mystery Birthday holiday. Eventually I found myself in The Cotswolds at a 15th Century Manor House and was very happy with the chosen destination, as was Charlie! I'd never been before and it's such a beautiful area to visit and even in the constant drizzle it was relaxing to wander around and get lost in. It's a very dog-friendly part of the world so besides the fact there were dogs everywhere, he was able to stay at the Hotel and we were also able to take him to visit many attractions around Cheltenham, Tetbury, Gretton, Winchcombe and Painswick, including a walk around the Rococo Garden at Painswick House, a trek along the Cotswolds Way and a play with other dogs around Cheltenham Racecourse.

Below: Charlie inspecting his new digs on the first night.

Below: Charlie the rescue dog quickly acclimatises to his new life in the Cotswolds.

Below: Charlie and I doing a Jebediah Springfield impersonation after I discovered the Hotel's courtesy hiking boots.

Below: Charlie catches up on the region's news headlines. Check out the white posters.

Below: At the top of Cleeve Hill overlooking Bishop's Cleeve and Cheltenham. 

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