Worcester is a city in central England known because its cathedral houses the tomb of Juan Sin Tierra and for a sauce made with a mixture of vinegar, molasses and fermented anchovies. It is about 40 kilometers from the Cotswolds, a wavy and misty region, spotted with classic constructions of the countryside, where horses graze in freedom, foxes of fox hunting dogs are raised and decent veal is eaten in pubs. Big Bob is from the Cotswolds and there is an event that amazes him. Cr

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