Wednesday, May 17, 2017

A circle of large stones in England which is called Stonehenge  イングランドのストーンヘンジ。

We visited a circle of large stones  which is called Stonehenge.














Before visiting Stonehenge, we called on various kind of famous cities.

A Roman bath site at Bath city.


 Chester city, very famous walled city.

On the wall.


A fort on the wall.

A church in Chester.

We found a Roman site outside of the wall.

A marronnier tree.


Many blossoms.


A hotel we stayed at Cotswolds.

Sharing with Tuesday's Treasures.

Thanks for visiting this post.






46 comments:

  1. So beautiful and fascinating! I love your photos! Thank you so much for sharing this lovely tour.

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  2. This Stonehenge is so famous and full of mysteries behind its existence. Who did you think created that? Aliens? Ha ha

    I love those old buildings at Bath and Chester. They look so interesting to walk around the whole area.

    That Cotswolds Hotel is another awesome looking place you stayed. Did you take pretty photos of the lobby and your bedroom? I am sure they look like a place that is perfect for royalties.

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    1. Dear Twilight man.
      Thank you very much for your comment. I want to remain the secret that who had made this site. It's very pleasant to imagine who had made, how to make, and other things.
      I did not take the photos inside of the hotel, sorry.

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  3. ...Minoru, what a wonderful post. Stonehenge has always been interesting to me, I'd love to see it someday. The architecture is spectacular. Thanks so much for sharing, I hope that you will return with another treasure or two!

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    1. Dear Tom.
      Thank you very much for your comment. I will post about London next time, please wait a few days.

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  4. Thanks for your wonderful photos. They are perfect. Gorgeous is also a place.

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  5. I would love to visit Stonehenge! Enjoyed your photos of this remarkable place, and also liked your photos of the English buildings and countryside.

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  6. What fabulous old places! The hotel is so lovely!

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  7. Lots of lovely things in these photos...

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  9. Beautiful! The stonehenge just never ever fails to amaze my sight! Thanks for these beautiful photos!

    Steven

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  11. wonderful choice for s..with lovely photo's too. What a treat, beautiful piece of historie

    Melody (ABC-W-team)
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    Have a splendid ABC-day / week

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  13. Thank you for these beautiful shots. It's as if I went on tour too.

    Worth a Thousand Words

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  14. I've never seen Stonehenge under such beautiful skies! Very well captured.

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  16. Hello Minoru, you've covered a lot of ground on your UK tour. I've been neglecting my blog recently and was surprised to see Edinburgh Castle shown under your title! Lots of interesting photos....Bath is one of my favourite cities.

    Thank you for sharing your journey.
    Ruby

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    1.  Dear Ruby.
      Thank you very much for your comment. Please visit my post sometimes. Next post is Sightseeing in London.

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  17. Stonehenge is SO cool, whatever the STORY
    ROG, ABCW

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  18. How lovely views and so very interesting places; especially the Stonehenge. And the blossoms of chestnuts trees are gorgeous. It is their time to bloom in May, in Spring, indeed!
    Lovely series of photos, as always!
    Have a sunny Sunday and new week ahead!

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  19. Looks like you had a great trip - so varied and interesting.

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  20. Thank you for joining us at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2017/05/the-beautiful-city-of-jaffa.html

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  21. Funny! I went to both these places almost exactly 5 years ago, but the day we went it was freezing cold. We had to buy mittens in the shop.
    http://travelingbugwiththreeboys-kelleyn.blogspot.com/2017/05/forever-family.html

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  22. So many interesting and beautiful places.

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  24. Cotswoldsに泊まられたなんて羨ましい。憧れの場所です。ブログフレンドがそこに住んでいてCotswoldsのポストには特にため息ついてます。ストーンヘンジは想像力を掻き立てられますね。

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    1. Dear Yoko sama.
      こんばんは。ありがとうございます。Cotswolds ロンドン郊外に在って、ロンドン市民の憩いの場所だそうです。
       ストーンヘンジを晴れた日に見られたので感激しました。

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