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There are the beautiful woods of Streatley: hanging copses clothe the sides of the hills, and pretty villages nestle amid the trees.
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At Reading lock we came up with a steam launch, belonging to some friends of mine, and they towed us up to within about a mile of Streatley.
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The railway rather spoils it near Tilehurst, but from Mapledurham up to Streatley it is glorious.
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Goring on the left bank and Streatley on the right are both or either charming places to stay at for a few days.
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We had intended to push on to Wallingford that day, but the sweet smiling face of the river here lured us to linger for a while; and so we left our boat at the bridge, and went up into Streatley, and lunched at the "Bull," much to Montmorency's satisfaction.
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It is an ancient place, Streatley, dating back, like most river-side towns and villages, to British and Saxon times.
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Goring is not nearly so pretty a little spot to stop at as Streatley, if you have your choice; but it is passing fair enough in its way, and is nearer the railway in case you want to slip off without paying your hotel bill.
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WE stayed two days at Streatley, and got our clothes washed.
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The washerwoman at Streatley said she felt she owed it to herself to charge us just three times the usual prices for that wash.
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The neighbourhood of Streatley and Goring is a great fishing centre.
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The river is not extraordinarily interesting between Streatley and Wallingford.
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We said we had no objection to being photo'd full-length, but we preferred being taken the right way up. Wallingford, six miles above Streatley, is a very ancient town, and has been an active centre for the making of English history.
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Examples of Streatley

Example #1
But soon the scene changes: the glorious valley Father Thames has scooped out for himself is left behind; we are crossing the chalk uplands.
Example #2
As we pass onwards, many other country houses-Purley, Basildon, and Hardwick-with their parks and clustering cottages, add their charm to the view.
Example #3
It is very delightful being towed up by a launch.
Example #4
Henry I. lies buried at Reading, in the Benedictine abbey founded by him there, the ruins of which may still be seen; and, in this same abbey, great John of Gaunt was married to the Lady Blanche.
Example #5
A little above Mapledurham lock you pass Hardwick House, where Charles I. played bowls.
Example #6
The river becomes very lovely from a little above Reading.