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... You can no longer walk up to and between the stones as it is roped off and you walk around it on a gravel path. It is still impressive. Having seen the Avebury stone circles a couple of days ago, the stones here are much bigger and closer together. They also seem more complete. While some say you can skip Stonehenge if you’ve seen Avebury, we’re glad we did both as they are each unique in their own ...
... valuable in today’s currency, it is the sheer quantity from a 200 year span that is impressive.
When we finished at the Baths, we walked around the corner to the Huntsman Inn to attend the ‘Bizarre Bath’ Street theatre at 8. It’s a combination walk around Bath with humorous commentary and a bit of magic. If you like British humor at all, this is a really fun evening out and a good way to walk off ...
... and ghosts in the Tower! We watched the guard (you know, the guys in the red coats and tall black hats that look like the British version of Mounties) who stood like a mannequin until he marched and did his exercise routine once in awhile (every hour?). What about restroom breaks?
After the fascinating Tower of London, we again took the tube, heading to Victoria Palace Theatre to see "Billy Elliot." The dancing was amazing -- especially Billy. ...
... to Florence because of the shops built into it. We saw the Jane Austen centre and Bennet Street (probably a few photos taken there). Finished by buying ice cream near the huge city square, where resting visitors sat and watched the busking performers.
It wasn't too much further to Salisbury, our next stop. Got checked into the Sarum Heights B&B (Old Sarum, a big hill fort ca 3000 BC, ...
... remind yourself that it comes from the most gorgeous crop. Seriously… look it
up on the internet and ooh and ahh :)
In Chawton, we visited Jane Austen’s house. She is one of my personal favorites
and this home is where she revised her works like Pride and Prejudice and Sense
and Sensibility before they went on to publish. It is also where she wrote in
full the last 3 of her novels. The village is quiet; many of the houses ...