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Day Four. Windsor, Stonehenge, and Bath

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Windsor Castle, Stonehenge, Bath Abbey, The City of Bath, and the Roman Bath.


This butt belongs to a really sweet American lady from our hotel who was also on our tour. She joked we should take a picture of her butt and put it on the blog, so we did.

I like this one. I call it “Mother and Daughter at Stonehenge Inn.” It’s an inn we stopped at for lunch, not far from Stonehenge. Hence the name.

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8 Responses

  1. Rich Hughes says:

    STONE’ENGE.

    In ancient times, hundreds of years before the
    dawn of history.
    There lived a strange race of people…the Druids.
    No one knows who they were, or what they were doing…
    but their legacy remains…
    hewn into the living rock of Stonehenge…

    Stonehenge, where the demons dwell
    Where the banshees live and they do live well
    Stonehenge
    Where a man is a man and the children dance to
    the pipes of pan
    Stonehenge
    Tis a magic place where the moon doth rise
    With a dragon’s face
    Stonehenge
    Where the virgins lie
    And the prayer of devils fill the midnight sky
    And you my love, won’t you take my hand
    We’ll go back in time to that mystic land
    Where the dew drops cry and the cats meow
    I will take you there
    I will show you how

  2. DaveScot says:

    It’s traditional, Rich “Big Lad” Hughes, to give an attribution when reproducing someone else’s work wholesale lest it be thought it’s your own.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Nice pictures. I see bath wasnt too busy, and wouldn’t you like to get closer to Stonehenge?
    When your in bath, its a good idea to get up above the town, get an idea of its geography, then you can try and imagine being there 2,000 years ago, when it was stil a shrine to a goddess who i cant remember. Sulis I think.

    Thats a long trip though, down the M4; did you get one of those tourist buses, or did Kate drive?
    guthrie

  4. Hi guthrie!

    Bath was beautiful. We actually took a tour bus, and did Windsor, Stonehenge, and Bath all in one day, so we only got to spend about two hours in each place. I’d like to go back and spend a day at each one.

    Actually, come to think of it, I could spend a week just in Bath. It was especially cool and windy that day, but I bet it’s really great most of the time. Everyone through our whole trip kept telling us how warm and sunny it had been for weeks before we arrived, and then when we got there it got unusually cool and rainy. We did get to see a little bit of Bath from above, while on the bus ride, and it’s cool how it sits sort of in a bowl. You can look all around and see the whole city and it’s tan houses and buildings. Neat how the whole city matches like that.

    I really wish you could get closer to Stonehenge, but they have it roped off, I guess to minimize the damage.

    Janie said our tour guide really sucked compared to the guy she had last year. I thought she was nice enough, but she really didn’t do much in the way of tour-guiding. She just handled getting the tickets and getting everyone in. Then she disappeared until it was time to leave. Definitely not enough time at each place.

    We almost stayed the night in Bath, with the idea of catching a train back to London the next day, but we decided to go back with everyone else. We had a lot [EDIT- my sleepy little proofreader tells me AGAIN that “alot” is two words. It’s one of her pet peeves. Someday I’ll remember that.] we still wanted to do in London.

  5. Rich Hughes says:

    Sorry Dave. My words were front-loaded by the designer a long time ago.

    Rich

  6. Arden Chatfield says:

    It’s traditional, Rich “Big Lad” Hughes, to give an attribution when reproducing someone else’s work wholesale lest it be thought it’s your own.

    Nigel Tufnel, right?

  7. Rich Hughes says:

    Shhhhhh! DO NOT INVOKE THE DESIGNERS NAME. It is “he who’s dail goes to eleven”

  8. Arden Chatfield says:

    It’s such a fine line between stupid and clever.

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