Salisbury Cathedral: Home to the Magna Carta and World’s Oldest Working Clock.

A beautiful and massive church, Salisbury Cathedral was a delight to visit. I really loved the gothic-style architecture, which this cathedral offers up on a golden platter. In fact, it’s regarded as one of the best examples of “Early English Gothic” architecture in all of England. It sits in the city of the same name, …

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Dover, England: Home of the White Cliffs.

***Important note: as I researched for this blog to rewrite it, I found that the castle is currently open to the public; however, the underground secret wartime tunnels are temporarily closed due to Covid, and the underground medieval tunnels are currently closed due to “conservation work”. It is best to continuously check the website https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/dover-castle/

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London, England: The Unofficial Capitol of the World.

Arguably the "unofficial capital of the world", London is as overwhelming and amazing as it is old and historic. Each of the four days we spent in this capital city was jam-packed with things to do and brand-new experiences. I got to visit the world-renowned Stonehenge; saw the classic play Oliver (presented in its original homeland); …

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Stonehenge: Not Just a Pile of Rocks.

***Sadly, these are the only 4 surviving photos I have of Stonehenge.*** Mystical, infamous, perplexing Stonehenge. One of my top favorite places, I feel blessed to have gotten the chance to visit it. This is one of the most talked about, photographed, and well-known sites in the entire world. You would be hard pressed to …

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