Great Britain

This beautiful country felt like home to me. It was like my very soul took a deep breath and said "This where I'm supposed to be".
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Windsor Castle.

Windsor Castle, England is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world and the Official Residence of Her Majesty The Queen. Its rich history spans almost 1000 years.

Temple of Mithras along Hadrian's Wall not far from the Roman fort we visited. The day we were there a cat was sleeping in the sun on the center pillar down at the end.

Temple of Mithras along Hadrian's Wall not far from the Roman fort we visited. The day we were there a cat was sleeping in the sun on the center pillar down at the end.

Stonehenge. You can't get right up close anymore, it's all roped off (boo!) and the day we were there every time I stopped to take a picture this same woman would stop right in front of me. It was ANNOYING!!

Stonehenge is mysterious yet compelling prehistoric monument of upright stones in the South of England, country of Wiltshire.

White Cliffs of Dover.

The legendary white cliffs of Dover, Kent, England. We drove the to Dover; then took the to Folkestone and drove along the Straits of Dover .

Chatsworth House. The gardens are beautiful and extensive, I could have spent days wandering through them.

The gardens are beautiful and extensive, I could have spent days wandering through them.

Ancient oak tree in Birnam Wood. Said to be one of the last surviving trees in what was once a great forest. Shakespeare wrote of Birnam Wood in Macbeth.

Ancient oak tree in Birnam Wood. Said to be one of the last surviving trees in what was once a great forest. Shakespeare wrote of Birnam Wood in Macbeth.

Antique claymore that's said to have belonged to William Wallace. One of the many things you can look at while regaining the ability to breath normally as you make the trek from the bottom to the top of the Wallace Monument.

A reproduction of Wallace Sword an antique Claymore used at Battle of Stirling bridge 1297 and Battle of Falkirk measures and including hilt.Breadth inches at the gaurd to before the point.Weight kg by Angel SpringFire

Tight, winding staircase in the William Wallace Monument. The monument is 220 feet tall and there are 246 steps from the ground floor to the open viewing area at the top. Tight and winding my dad and I climbed all the way up and let me say I'm darn glad there are landing areas where you can stop and give your legs a break and learn a little bit of Scottish history while you regain your ability to breath without wheezing.

Tight, winding staircase in the William Wallace Monument. The monument is 220 feet tall and there are 246 steps from the ground floor to the open viewing area at the top. Tight and winding my dad and I climbed all the way up and let me say I'm darn glad there are landing areas where you can stop and give your legs a break and learn a little bit of Scottish history while you regain your ability to breath without wheezing.


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