Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Highlights of my London trip - P5

The Country Side

On this day, we took a subway from Kensington to Waterloo Train Station. From here we took a train to a place called Andover.

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Look what we saw at the field...!!!

Shaftesbury, historically known as Shaston, is a town in Dorset, England.

We parked the car and started walking around, turning left and right, into small alleys, and I was beginning to wonder where Martin was taking us to, and then they disappeared from sight...

and waa laa...!

Gold Hill is the most famous hill here, dating back to the Saxon era, overlooking the amazing views of the Blackmore Vale. This place reminds me a lot of the medieval time.. :-D

The restaurant where we had our lunch - Salt Cellar

The spectacular view from where we were dining

 Our lunch

The Park Walk

More rapeseed field as we headed off to another place

The drive to our principle's office takes us past Stonehenge and we couldn't resist stopping by for some snapshots.

Stonehenge - near Salisbury

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Stay tuned for more up-dates on Kensington Palace & Garden, food pictures and favorite random shots of ours.


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