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Castle Combe has been called the prettiest village in England, so it’s perhaps surprising that many of us will have only seen it on screen — as the fictional Puddleby-on-the Marsh in Dr Doolittle, the Sixties film with Rex Harrison, and the backdrop to Steven Spielberg’s War Horse

October rings, pealing from lampposts and spokes exposing the duck taped edifice and withered conclusions. The drunks have settled the steps, jawing through amber, bemoaning .

C McKenzie & Son, baker's shop and tea room, 11 Argyll Street, c 1898

C McKenzie & Son, baker's shop and tea room, 11 Argyle Street, c 1898

beautiful Glasgow, Ashton lane in the west end.

Ashton Lane in the West End. A fantastic accumulation of pubs and restaurants. Food ranging from Scottish to Belgian. Ketchup Restaurant offers amazing burgers and Grosvenor cinema is a cozy little place to watch the latest movies.