We continued down the road and passed very fast the gate and road leading to Blenheim Place, birthplace of Winston Churchill. We stopped for about 45 minutes to tour the small village of Stow-on-the-Wold. Some grabbed a bite to eat. I grabbed a raspberry pastry and ate it as I walked through a very old church yard and cemetery. It is amazing to see how old the tombstones were. I found a place that sold sodas. So for about £ 1.60 ($3.00) I got the tiniest bottle of Pepsi that I have ever saw. Took about 4 good sips and it was gone.