Windsor Castle, Stonehenge, and Bath


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April 12th 2007
Published: April 12th 2007
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Today's tour went really well, but it was extremely rushed. Plus, the guide was extremely political with the tour consisting of mostly Americans. Our first stop was Windsor Castle, which was extremely interesting. Unfortunately we only had an hour and a half, but like with Edinburgh castle, you really need 3-4 hours to thoroughly go through it all. We also saw only about 1/2 of the changing of ... Read Full Entry



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Stonehenge

Those small little hill things are actually burial mounds of the people who built Stonehenge
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THE STONES OF STONEHENGE
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There are lots of sheep surrounding Stonehenge. Perhaps the British use them as guards??
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More burial mounds in the distance
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Bath Cathedral
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Flying butresses
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Stairway/ladder to heaven
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The Roman Baths, hence the city name of Bath



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