It's moments like this where an extra lens would have come in handy! But, nonetheless - there it is!
Stonehenge: the photos can do the talking
As you can tell, the beginning of our visit to Stonehenge was quite soggy, but it did dry out towards the end. We were there for about two hours, then drove 15 minutes to Salisbury, where we would stay the night.
Salisbury is known as a "cathedral city", and is quite ancient in its roots. It has evidence of a Neolithic settlement, and was occupied by many people including the ancient Romans. Our (super budget and not great) hotel was in a 17th century hunting lodge. We strolled around the city before dinner, and here are some shots I snapped (including the 900 year old cathedral!).
Tomorrow: Dover Castle & Southend-on-Sea