Published: May 24th 2012May 24th 2012
Strolling through the natrow pathways of Stratford upon Avon, the home and final resting place of William Shakespeare, I am very happy to have found the England I had come looking for. Traditional English buildings line the streets, a beautiful trail winds around the Avon river and the open spaces give you plenty of places to breathe in this place. Close to London, this town really has embraced theirdeceased playwright, charging like twenty bucks for a short tour of his house! Or the house of ann hathaway. I came to see the country side and what life is like outside of the city and as terrible as it sounds I really haven't read much of the Bards works, whoops! So I didn't visit the houses inside.
Yesterday I went over to the tower of London. This is where the crown jewels are guarded, i begrudgingly admit/guess they were beautiful. Symbols of such opulence at the expense of a countryusuallaa make me cringe, but I guesEngland's is my exception. Beefeaters,yeoman tour guides are around the palace, giving bits of information andi dare say I liked the tower thebest of all London sites. The British museum was fantastic aswell, even though it
was a museum. YAh, it's vrazy but museums just thingy my thang. Better go,mooched enough wifi for today!
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