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... are not able to get to close to it any more, its all been fenced off. The audio guide is very good, full of excellent information. The only bad thing about the whole experience is the smell, yes there is a pig farm not far away, and the wind was blowing in the wrong direction today. Leaving Stonehenge after about 3 hours, a good stretch of the legs it was back into the car for the next leg of the trip, "home" to ...
... Sue. ''It would be far too hot and we would get bored.'' I was about to inquire whether she was using the royal 'we,' but she had moved on to the large world map further along the wall. We look at India and even though this is our third long trip and we know roughly where we are going, it has become a ritual to study the map to confirm that we really are about to return. We trace the route with our fingers and smile, this journey can be done - even though ...
... of Hitler himself, although they'd never known it. Had that person crashed the motorbike, and that message (or any of those messages that yielded useful intelligence) not gotten through, the course of the war could have been much different.
Also on the site is the NMOC, National Museum of Computers. This has a separate admission, but is located on the Bletchley Park site. This is more of a garage-sale sort of affair than a museum: They have a great ...
... drivers. All of the minimum criteria for a car park were satisfied as well as some less mandatory.
I decided not to argue and he told me that he would let me in so that I could leave the bags in our room but that the gates would be locked at 18:30 (they weren’t) so I would need to be out before then.
I checked in and he explained that the area belonged to another business and that Travelodge were only allowed to use a couple of disabled spaces ...
... cannot be expected to have detailed knowledge of
each countries history, flaura and fauna and archaeological sites. Even so - they will be more than willing to pass on any
interesting and useful information that they have acquired whilst on the road. A rewarding way to gain a better insight into
the wildlife, cultural and historical diversity of the countries we travel through is by reading guide books as well as talking to
the local people and using local guides.