Sunday 9 October 2011

Published and Issued in 1938 The Official Guide to Stonehenge
1938 Guide to Stonehenge

1938 Guide To Stonehenge inside back cover

1938 Guide To Stonehenge Map

Wednesday 5 October 2011


Pulteney Bridge
Pulteney Bridge

  • See Windsor Castle
  • See Mysterious Stonehenge
  • See Roman Baths and Bath Abbey
  • Low Cost Tour

Tour Details  


Windsor is a beautiful location in all the seasons, even in the depth of winter its a magical place. Steeped in History Its 17th century cobbled streets lend themselves to many historical monuments,  Fans and supporters  of the Royal family will be in their royal element!

 At Windsor you will have the option to visit Windsor Castle the home of Queen Elizabeth II and enjoy a through the keyhole experience of the world’s largest and oldest working castle’s

The Alternative is a walking tour and free time at your leisure to explore the historic town.

 Mysterious Stonehenge

Situated on Salisbury Plain in the heart of the county of Wiltshire, 40 ton Bluestone standing stones, appear alone in the landscape, having stood for 5,000 years, has given speculation to an abundance of theories surrounding Stonehenge. Theories range  from a religious temple to an astronomical clock and even a Bronze Age burial ground. On arrival at Stonehenge you can have priority entrance with an audio guided tour or spend time at your leisure at the location.

There is a gift shop and café on site.


Bath is a UNESCO World Heritage site it’s a fine example of stunning Georgian architecture with many beautiful places to see. Bath Stands in the River valley of Avon with famous Pulteney Bridge, modelled on Florences Ponte Vecchio as you can see from the picture above a great spot for memorable photographs.

At Bath we offer you the choice of a visit to the Roman Baths to see this magnificent temple and bathing complex that still flows with natural hot water.


Enjoy a walking tour of this elegant city to admire the architecture, learn about Jane Austen, and sample the famous Bath Bun!

Estimated arrival time back to London is around 7.00pm.

Google Street View in Bath of Pulteney Bridge

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Monday 3 October 2011

Street View Google Visit Avebury
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Stonehenge in the Autumn pictures