After a very long travel day, which is not the way I would do it if I were traveling this way again, and a good night sleep we had a fantastic day of history and wonderment. What could be better than a morning at the Roman Baths, followed by an afternoon at Stonehenge.
First the Roman Baths – and the reason the town is named Bath.
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Next Stonehenge, which apparently you used to be able to hire a hammer and chip off a souvenir. Not anymore, now you can’t even get close to the rocks, but it is still pretty impressive. Imagine, they built this over 4,000 years ago.
Travel tip: Don’t take the four hour ferry across the southern Irish Sea on a rainy, windy, choppy morning especially if it is the last day of a bank holiday in Ireland and the final day of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in England. It makes for rough seas and miserable traffic. Our total travel time from Wexford to Bath was All Day.
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