posted on Apr, 25 2004 @ 12:34 AM
I would go for Stonehenge.
During my time in England, I found the best places, that is, the places that Pisky and I enjoyed the most were the less touristy sites and yes, I know
Stonehenge is touristy, but all the same, it's built on top of the leylines and you can literally FEEL the awesome power of the place.
Add to that the advantage of it being amidst some of the prettiest countryside I've ever seen.
Other recommended sites : Rollright Stones - a smaller version of Stonehenge but without the crowds. Amazing place. The vibes like totally rule.
Tenby, Wales - the BEST coastal village EVER !!!!!
York - teeny tiny streets and teeny tiny shops, and the nicest people ever. AWESOME !!!
Viriconium - ancient roman site, complete with baths and market place. You can see the complete shape of the major bathing pool, only it's filled in
with earth. You can totally imagine the loud merrymaking and socializing that must have went on in the bathhouse. TOO cool. Also, when Pisky and I
were there, we were like the only TWO people visiting at the time.
There are pluses to visiting the less touristy areas of England. I wouldn't even bother with London.