This post is gonna be epic. I’m gonna check out the Castle Windsor, head off to Bath, and finally Stonehenge. There’s a lot to see, so let’s head out right now. This is Windsor Castle and it actually is the largest and oldest inhabited castle in the world and it’s cool to think that people still live here. And what I just saw was the Changing of the Guard. They actually look like toy soldiers just marching around.
Stonehenge, Windsor Castle and Bath Day Trip from London Photo Gallery
It’s something that you only see like on TV and the news and you come here and you’re like wow, these guys really do this. I’ve left Windsor behind and now i’m the little town of Bath. It is so cozy and cute. People are just hangin’ out in the squares, taking in the sun, and in the center of town, is a Roman Bath and that’s where I’m headed right now. I love coming to these kind of places. You kinda put yourself back in time and how it was back in the day. These are actually the best preserved baths in the entire world, and they are incredible, you can see the reflection of all the Roman statues, people are hanging around, you can see the cathedral in the backdrop, this is definitely a must see here. And you can actually try some of the water that comes from the spring.
Ah, tastes like water but you can definitely feel a little bit of the minerals. Actually wait, there’s magic goin’ on, I think it’s taking away all my wrinkles and my aches and pains, now I know why the Romans drank this stuff. Cheers. And now for my third and final stop of the day, a place I’ve been waiting to see all my life. Stonehenge. It’s pretty much what I thought it would be. It’s beautiful, it’s creative, it’s a mystery, it’s everything, it’s an enigma and it’s been here for 5,000 years and I’m sure it’s gonna be here for 5,000 more years, and you know what, I hope they never figure out what it’s all about. I like that it’s a mystery. This post has been a fantastic day. It first started off with the Castle Windsor, then to a medieval town, Bath, and finally, Stonehenge. I’m a happy boy.