Bradford-Upon-Avon, England.

The Bridge Tea Rooms, Bradford-on-Avon, United Kingdom; east out of Bath. After 3 miles take at Limpley Stoke towards Bradford on Avon for further 3 miles. In the centre of Bradford, take a right at the roundabout and go over bridge.

Bath, England

The ULTIMATE bath experience! Roman Baths in Bath which is in South West England! sitasays: “ Roman Baths in Bath which is in South West England. Learn more at.

Bath, England

Lovely walking streets in Bath, England. One thing I miss about British cities is walking streets.

Callanish - a cross-shaped setting of standing stones on Lewis, in the Outer Hebrides and erected around 2000 BC. Give me this place over Stonehenge any day...

The standing stones at Craig na dun Scotland where Claire Randall disappeared in Outlander.<--- I don't watch Outlander but pinning for the stones

Stone Henge

Stonehenge is really a prehistoric, mysterious circle of erect stones in southern England. Construction on the truly amazing monument began 000 in years past; the famous stones that nevertheless stand today were put in location about 000 years back.

canterbury

Canterbury (England) - Street in the Old Town. Nice city with a beautiful cathedral. I went with an audio tour of the cathedral as this plac.

Jamaica Inn at Bolventor near Bodmin in Cornwall. Built in 1750, this old coaching inn was the inspiration for Du Maurier's wonderful novel of the same name.

England: ~ Jamaica Inn, at Bolventor, near Bodmin, Cornwall. Built in this old coaching inn was the inspiration for Daphne Du Maurier's wonderful novel of the same name.

Globe Theater

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre has been recreated on the south bank of the River Thames in London. The theatre is only a short distance from the site of the original Globe Theatre built in 1599 here many of Shakespeare's plays were first produced.

images of stone circles in England - Google Search

Castlerigg Stone Circle, Keswick, England- smaller cousin to Stonehenge

Avebury, England  Never mind Stonehenge. Avebury, about 20 miles north, is one of the best — and eeriest — Neolithic monuments in Europe, made of multiple concentric stone circles set in and around a medieval village that grew up later.

Avebury, England (Jim Champion) Never mind Stonehenge. Avebury, about 20 miles north, is one of the best & and eeriest & Neolithic monuments in Europe, made of multiple concentric stone circles set in and around a medieval village that grew up later.

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