Burford is a pretty little medieval Oxfordshire town with quaint shops and picturesque landscape; it is known for it’s Windrush River, which runs along the bottom of the village slope. The old stone anglo saxon houses with cute attic roofs, and flower adorned buildings and cute tea shops, made it a delightful place to visit.
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Small English towns… just as charming as Italian towns, though in a different way and with far less Pizza, gelato, cannoli… 😋
😊 A lot less pizza I imagine, lol – I’ve never been to Italy but it does look pretty.
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Looks like a place I want to hike or bicycle around. 😀✌🏽
Definitely – it’s a very scenic part of the UK ☺️🚲
Thanks for reading!!!
Nice and beautiful Cherryl
Thanks Kurian – it really is a very pretty place