Then it was off to see the real thing right around the corner.
Stonehenge; one of the most famous sites in the world, is a prehistoric monument dating back to 2000 B.C. of a ring of standing stones built on a circular mound of earth. Many believe it was an ancient burial ground, and because of that, has become a place of religious significance.
And the often forgotten and lesser known, Heel Stone, which lies just outside the henge, leaning towards the inner circle.
Then it was onto "sunny" Brighton Beach. At least the rain was nice enough to hold off until we got there.
I liked this town, it felt like London, but with a more laid back, seaside feel.
Not sure what this place was selling but it wasn't sewing machines.
The city of Brighton.
272 miles driven.