Anyway...we drove to Avebury first, which also has a standing stone circle, then to Stonehenge, then to Bath. Avebury is a bigger stone circle, but Stonehenge is much more impressive. And Bath...what can I say...I wish we would have gone sooner...and more often...it is a beautiful town and the surrounding areas make for a scenic drive (albeit a nauseous one). The Roman Baths were really interesting and we even made a point to have a tea in the Pump Room (ok, ok, so I had a smoothie and P had hot chocolate, but Brady had tea).
All in all, it was a great trip!
|This is the face you get after you run and slip into a rock.|
|Don't make fun of how I'm dressed...big lady no longer has a warm coat that fits and because it's not supposed to be 30 degrees in March, I'm refusing to buy a new one...so yes, I'm wearing like 18 layers.|
|...and this is what happens when you've been walking around a museum for an hour and |
your three year old needs food AND a nap...
|This is right before Parker fell into me and we almost fell in the water...that would have been embarrassing...|
|Parker's fourth cup of 'bath water'...it was disgusting, but Parker loved it...|
|My serious boys checking out the local rugby pitch.|
|I almost dragged the boys inside but I was as tired as they were...lucky boys:)|
|and finally...Parker's picture...he is getting much better at using our camera!|