Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Outside of London

EnglandOn our third day in England

First, we headed to southwest of London in Windsor Castle (the official residences of the Queen), and said to be continuously occupied for nearly 1000 years.

EnglandSecond stop was the mysterious Stonehenge in Salisbury plains, the most popular prehistoric monument in the world, constructed 5,000 years ago.

We had lunch in one of a typical English bar/restaurant called Churchill. Hubby had his baked lamb liver, and I had baked fish and chips.

Lastly, we visited Bath, a Georgian city, and also entered the Roman Baths.

We’ll be back, but we need to save again :)


  1. Wow - what extraordinary scenery! Thanks for sharing.

  2. Yes, worth saving and having a trip to these places. You got beautiful shots.

  3. Totally agree with Indrani's comments. Forego the latte and hopefully you'll save up enough to visit these wonderfully historical places.


  4. What a great trip you've had! And your photos are marvelous! Love the ones from Stonehenge and Bath in particular! Great memories for later on!! Hope you have a great week! Thanks for sharing your trip with us!!


  5. Whoa! Now I miss England :) You're right about saving. It's quite an expensive country but the history and learning you get is all worth the money.

  6. sorry for the late reaction, but I had to do my job the whole day

    Beautiful My World Tuesday posting

    Have a nice week,
    Greetings, Bram

    Link to My Word Tuesday post!

    Seen on My World Tuesday

  7. Your photos are really gorgeous. Happy Outdoor Wednesday.

  8. I am a Brit, calling by from News From Italy via this week's Outdoor Wednesday. Nice reminders of my heritage.

  9. Thanks for sharing. Stonehenge is one of the places I'd like to experience in person.
    Su-sieee! Mac
    This and That. Here and There. Now, Sometimes Then.


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