Stonehenge: Reloaded

Trip Start Sep 07, 2010
Trip End Aug 21, 2011

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Saturday, April 23, 2011

I apologize in advance for another short entry. I know my hardcore readers will be very disappointed, but, as always, there are pretty pictures to soak up.  This time Amy and I went to Stonehenge because, if you come all the way to the UK, you must see this unreasonably iconic set of stones.  We were able to take a bus straight out of Victoria Coach Station right on to Stonehenge.  We were also treated to a little historical video of the henge while on the bus, alongside our chatty and clever tour guide driver.  Once we arrived, Amy was impressed by the stones but seemed to be a bit more interested in the wandering sheep on the adjacent farmland.  The weather at Stonehenge this time was significantly better than the last time I went.  Previously, the sky had been on the verge of a downpour, and I wasn't able to bask in the glory of the stones as much as I did this time.  Amy and I were able to enjoy every angle of Stonehenge (you better believe they still have the rope around the complex that prevents you from getting anywhere within 100 yards of it) this time in a cool breeze and pure sunshine.
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Annemarieke de Vlaming on

At least when you take pictures of stonehenge, the rope keeps all of the other tourists out of the way so that they don't clutter it and make it ugly...

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