Stonehenge needs little explanation.
We are out in the middle of NO where
Those Rocks are TALL
Those rocks are a lot closer together than I imagined or TV and pictures depict
We can’t walk through the circle it because the ground may erode from foot traffic
Those mounds in the distant and surrounding landscape are part of Stonehenge and are burial mounds that actually allowed archaeologists to date Stonehenge
But no, really, how did they get these rocks on top of the others?
But no, really how did they move these rocks miles upon miles here? Were there really NO BIG ROCKS closer than WALES?
But no really, WHAT THE HECK WAS THIS MADE FOR?
We f*ing saw STONEHENGE!
Pouring rain = No crowds
No crowds =lots of pictures with no people in them
Abe seemed less than enthusiastic about a bunch of rocks until I knelt and told him the following:“these rocks we’re looking at were here with the dinosaurs! Maybe the long necks were making a cage to keep out Shark Tooth”. Abe stared for a good 20 seconds (his attention span) clearly pondering this scenario and a smile crept upon his rain soaked face. Before you throw facts at me- Andy reminded me that it was NOT actually around when the dinosaurs roamed the earth.
The bathroom at the exhibition centre had a bathroom with a changing table