There are some trips that you look forward to all your life, and some that end up being unforgettable. This trip was both. After World Science Fiction, my husband, myself, and our friends spent 3 days in Yorkshire, 4 near Oxford and Bath and five days in London. Here are the last few highlights.
The famous Minster in York. Underneath it, in undercroft, Roman soldier artifacts!
The standing stones at Avebury, a much larger neolithic site than Stonehenge.
The North York Moors, spare and vast and redolent of lavender and Bronte stories.
Blenheim Palace. This is the mudroom.
Blenheim was Churchill’s birthplace. “We shall NEVER surrender!”
Pulteney Bridge, that spans the Avon River in Bath.
The Circus (circle) in Bath. Gorgeous townhouses in the Georgian style.
Nelson’s plinth in Trafalgar Square, as tall as the main mast of the HMS Victory.
One of the Trafalgar lions (that came alive in A Thousand Perfect Things!) St Martin’s in the Fields church in bkg.
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