Legacy Rose & Crown Hotel
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... worship is still in practice. He said, "It's obvious: stone for the dead ancestors, wood for the living people." And there are far more food and human remains around Woodhenge than Stonehenge, for example. Apparently there are also many stone circles all around the British Isles, but none with shaped stones, like Stonehenge, or with lintels like Stonehenge, or so closely structured.
Things have certainly changed since I was here in 1984. In those ...
... the isle of Briton. It was here in the year 1066 that King Harold faced his Norman foe, William- who would later be known as "the Conqueror" but at that point was merely Duke of Normandy. (Or "the *******" behind his back). It was this battle that shaped the next thousand years of English history, and ended Saxon rule. After taking a walk around the battlefield and listening to the audio tour we wrapped it up and ...