Day 3, and I’m travelling through time.
Starting with the Stonehenge, built in 3100.B.C. The myths and speculations about this historic creation makes it so much more intriguing. Must see (..early, because of crowds)!
I then found myself in the medieval era in Bath, a small country town built almost entirely of limestone. Though the Roman Bath house (the first building...I know they weren't creative on the name) was built in 60-90A.D. the town was constructed during the fall of the Roman empire, making it a very unique area.
Finally, landing in the 1500s with the original Big Willie (our beloved William Shakespeare). If visiting his place of birth, his school, and home is not exciting enough; the town itself is worth the trip! Keeping with as much of the original structures (or at least the look) as possible, it truly felt like I was stepping into one of his plays!
Back home, 14 hours, one bus, over 15,000 steps, and I'm out!