This was an extra tour, but I think the same price as the normal entry fee to see Stonehenge.
After a bit of a wait a courtesy bus took us for the decent distance walk to the rocks.
Our tour guide had explained beforehand on the coach about the how, why and where the stones came from and how they were moved. We also read some of the displays at the visitor centre. I can remember how timber paths were constructed but little else.
I didn't feel any sense of mysticism or any other emotion. They are historically interesting.
Next stop Bath. We had not paid for the tour of the baths themselves. I have seen many photos and read much about them.
We had a nice lunch here. We found a Boots for more medication but after walking for quite some distance and not feeling well to a post office to post a birthday card, the post office had moved. Forget it.
Kings-Mead Square was a nice little place to sit and rest.
We were back at the designated coach pick up spot well on time. This was quite interesting and what a stunning building is the University of Bath. Of course we
It was a long drive on to Cardiff where we stayed for the night. I guess this is our hotel. I am not sure why we went to Cardiff but maybe it will become clear when I post the next day when we travel on to Beatles territory, Liverpool via Stratford. Ferry, Cross the Mersey......sorry.
Dinner was included. The room was quite swanky but we were terribly weary and I have little memory of the hotel or much else.