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We went further along the bottom of England to a small town called Milford on Sea. From there you can see the Isle of Wight. We had a beautiful warm day of 20C, down to a t-shirt again.
From here we went to Beaulieu National Motor Museum. Here we spent the day looking at old cars and bikes. There is ...
Yesterday was great. First we went to Stonehenge at the crack of dawn which was amazing. It was built in circles of different sizes. One of the questions is how did they get the stones there.
After that we went to Lomgleat. We saw: lemurs, penguins, tigers, lions, flamingos, rhinos, camels, deer, rays, gorillas (from a distance), wolves, snakes, spiders, zebras, rabbits, monkeys, cheetahs, red panda and bats. We also saw: the Longleat house (a lot ...
Next on our stop was Salisbury. We took the train there, and booked into our hotel room. We then went to visit the cathedral and the Magna Carta, which kept the evil King John in check while everyone else was away on the crusades. There are only four surviving copies.
Today, he 2nd of April, was massive. We got up at 5:30am, because we had to go to Stonehenge at dawn. ...
... front and behind us ! We found the restaurants etc to be good value, even in the city centre, with lots of choice. I know it was winter but in comparison to New York is appeared very quiet but that could just be the time of year. I have never experienced cold like that. It was minus 20 with a wind chill factor of minus 40. The news advised against going out but we did. As long as you dress for this it wasn't so bad all though I did experience my ...
... I had printed at home.
I was pretty bummed out that we drove right by Stonehenge and did not have the time to park and take a look. I have been there before, back in the days when one could walk among the stones and touch them. Now there are fences around the stones and nobody can get within 50 feet of them. I’m glad we visited them when we did.
We stopped at a Welcome Service wayside at Tamworth ...