Often neglected by the hordes of tourists who descend upon nearby Windsor, Eton is only a short walk across the Thames from Windsor Castle, on the Berkshire side of the river. If you do take the time to explore Eton you will find an attractive town with numerous examples of well-preserved historic buildings. The most famous of these is undoubtedly Eton College, founded by Henry VI in 1440, and one of the most elite public schools in Britain.
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"Kendall is a town built all of stone, one very broad streete in which is the Market Crosse, its a good tradeing town mostly famed for its cottons; the Kendall Cotton is used for blankets and the Scotts use them for their plodds and there is much made here and also linsiwoolseys and a great deale of leather tann'd here and all sorts of commodityes twice a week is the market furnished with all sorts of things."
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Smarden- Smarden, Kent, England
Smarden has been called the most beautiful village in Kent. While that is open to debate - I've seen lots of other worthy candidates - it is certainly a lovely village, blessed with a number of attractive historic cottages, a medieval church, and three pubs. ... more