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NYTimes: Travel: by Henry Shukman 
The Ridgeway-Trail is the oldest continuously used road in Europe, dating back 5,000 years to the Stone Age. At 87 miles, it winds past BronzeAge forts, the Uffington White Horse (most famous chalk drawing in England dating back 3000 years), supposedly some of the best Neolithic monuments on earth, and through ancient landscapes, mostly avoiding roads and settlements. There are inns in small villages along the way. The Ridgeway-Trail's site (www.nationaltrail.co.uk/ridgeway) has great advice.
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