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Cottages In Cornwall: Where Country Meets Convenience
You walk through the front door, and you find yourself transported into a seemingly new world. The deafening sounds of jackhammers, honking horns, traffic officers' whistles, and shouting voices that try to rise above the other noises have been replaced by the melodious tune of a happy songbird. Road signs, paved roads, metallic vehicles, angular skyscrapers - all these symbols of the concrete jungle have been replaced by lush green grass; creatures that freely walk, crawl, or hop around; and trees heavy with ripe, sweet-smelling apples. Gone is the heavy, hot, and smelly city air that seems to press down on you like vise. You breathe in deeply, filling your lungs with the fresh oxygen produced by the green world around you. You feel strong, vibrant, and healthy; and why shouldn't you? Even the most hardcore urbanites around the world can appreciate a getaway to a small house in the country. Cottages in Cornwall allow you to enjoy the great outdoors without missing the conveniences of the great indoors.
If you visit England, chickens and cows will probably not be accompanying you, so a barn will be unnecessary. However, cottages in Cornwall can still provide you with comfy accommodations that most people during the Middle Ages would never even have imagined possible.
From the Middle Ages to the Middle East
* A traditional cottage in Finland is constructed with logs and is located alongside waterways. As of 2005, there are almost half a million cottages in Finland!
* Canadian cottages are usually situated nearby lakes or the ocean, where hiking, fishing, and sailing are often enjoyed.
* Hong Kong cottages are typically brick buildings with three floors. They often include balconies and an open roof for dining.
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