Closest Cities, Towns and Villages
|Deanshanger, Towcester, Daventry, Coventry
|Newport Pagnell, Olney, Wellingborough||Cranfield, Bedford, Cambridge|
|Buckingham, Brackley, Banbury||Woburn Sands, Ridgmont, Ampthill|
|Bicester, Oxford||Leighton Buzzard or Winslow, Aylesbury||Toddington, Dunstable, Luton, London|
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Famous quotes containing the words villages, towns and/or closest:
“Its like a jumble of huts in a jungle somewhere. I dont understand how you can live there. Its really, completely dead. Walk along the street, theres nothing moving. Ive lived in small Spanish fishing villages which were literally sunny all day long everyday of the week, but they werent as boring as Los Angeles.”
—Truman Capote (19241984)
“The poor in bustling towns arent called upon, but the rich deep in the mountains have relatives visiting them from afar.”
“I like sometimes to take rank hold on life and spend my day more as the animals do. Perhaps I have owed to this employment and to hunting, when quite young, my closest acquaintance with Nature. They early introduce us to and detain us in scenery with which otherwise, at that age, we should have little acquaintance.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)