Old Stones and Roman Baths

Stonehenge is on every single one of those listicles of “old things in the world one must visit.” Coming to London for an extended period of time, I knew that Stonehenge would have to finally get crossed off my endless bucket list.

Pretty much the second I got my LSE email address, I started getting these emails advertising day trips to Stonehenge and Bath. Though it seemed like a scam, I got a group together and we went!

Luckily, this was no scam, and we got to spend an hour in the wind and rain looking at really old rocks before spending a few hours walking around the tiny, picturesque city of Bath.

I had my first Cornish pasty and a decent, large gelato. Additionally, I discovered why Bath’s name is Bath (the Roman baths from the Roman Empire).

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