Yesterday morning, we had to bid adieu to the city and turn the page to the next chapter in our book of adventure.
We had a sunny sendoff as we made our way out of congested London, and it continued to follow us as we made our way down the freeway and into the countryside.
A little change of scenery will do us good!
For this particular method of travel, we were lucky enough to have a wonderful Bathonian named Peter to take us from place to place. He once drove Beyoncé and Jay Z, so I'd say we were in good hands!
Anyhow, our first major stop on the journey from London to the Cotswolds was the famous Windsor Castle. We spent quite a bit of time there, checking out the local pubs and touring the grand interior, finishing the trip with an ice cream cone.
On the road again.
I napped along the way, hypnotized by the lush scenery and when I woke, we were rolling into the small town of Moreton-in-Marsh, where we would be staying for the night.
As Kate's dad quite plainly put it: it's a one light town!
But a lovely place to rest...
Thanks to the Millers for bringing along their Arizona sun!
Now technically, you're not supposed to take pictures of the interior of the castle, but we weren't aware until after the fact.
Us bishes just wanted a pic with the dishes!
Lunch was at The Carpenter's Arms...
A nice elderflower refresher!
And fish 'n chips, 'cause we sofishticated.
Rolling greenery for days...
Moreton-in-Marsh: One light town, I wasn't kidding!