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... than I had expected it lies at the top of a hill visible from the highway. Stonehenge is one of the most magnificent of several prehistoric henges that span the island. Only about half of the original henge remains, the rest having been used as building material, looted or sold in pieces as a souvenir in Victorian times. It was built thousands of years ago from stones dragged over 300km from Whales to the site. Stonehenge shrouded in mystery, as even today historians are unsure of so ...
... we had noticed online. Next to Guildford which is pretty close to London, so started to travel motorways and hit real traffic. Dropped Kate at a friend's place where she's staying till Sunday before heading back to South Africa. Sat in Hilary's lovely garden, and being an Aussie and a newbie to golf, had quite a chat. She recommended the course where she'd been learning, so Clare and I headed there for lunch and nine holes. Interesting. It ...
... my family or soon seeing my friend, I will instead present the facts of the past year:
- I travelled for almost a year, for 347 days to 16 countries, visiting 95 different places by taking 24 flights.
· I have travelled 93,444km (trying to ignore my carbon footprint)
· I worked my way through 6 pairs of flip flops, 5 pairs of sunglasses, 4 watches, 3 packets of hair dye, 2 hand luggage bags ...
... a colossal statue of Napoleon standing at the base of the beautiful curved staircase. The statue was commissioned by Napoleon, but by the time it was finished, he decided it didn't represent him the way he wanted to be seen (too athletic, needed to be more dignified). The statue is 3.45 metres tall, and is naked apart from a strategically placed figleaf and a draped cloak over one arm, and was displayed in the Louvre for a time before being purchased ...
... provide good entertainment and
humor along the way, and not only that, but their outlandish attire is rather
comical. It was now getting late
in the afternoon, and I knew that if I still wanted to see all I had set out to
accomplish on my wish list, I would need to get going.
I exited the Tower, crossing the moat and heading east on
the Thames Path toward the Tower Bridge.
Another free exhibit with the London Pass was the Tower ...