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Bath and Stonehenge

It poured all day but we still managed a good look at Bath. Lots of Roman history. Jim tasted the spring water - tasted like a combination of rotton egg and a dead fish. You'd really need to be sick to take it regularly. Great architecture, pretty even when soaking wet.
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Out in the middle of nowhere is the Stonehenge carpark which costs €3 to park there. No alternative as the roads are all thin with lots of traffic. Then they wanted to charge us another €6.50 each to walk through the gate and around the stones at a distance, so we opted for a look through the fence. Obviously we don't mind paying for things when there is some value, but this was ridiculous.
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Posted by kazandjim 10:28

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