Wednesday, July 15, 2009

ice bytes

Change comes slowly to small towns. Ludbury for instance, still has its main street with all the small local markets such as the meat shop, the winery, and everything else needed for the town's inhabitants.

Sticking out like a sore thumb is the Ice Bytes wi-fi shop, proving that even the small towns and villages of England want to be a part of the global exchange of information.My advice to the locals is enjoy what you have while it is still here.Gloucester seemed soulless with its large "Superstores," a Walmart knock-off and Sainsbury's everything for sale store.

For a history of the town during the civil wars, click here.

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