Last week I started telling you about my trip to England, you can read it here.
Despitedriving on the left and the narrow roads, the good thing of travelling by car is that you discover magic places as St Just in Roseland, which has an old church with its cemetery at the edge of the sea.
As for the food, the best is a good pub. But do not expect to find many vegetables and, certainly, no fruits. One of my favorite dishes is the steak & kidney pie.
I fell in love with Polperro; it is a beautiful coastal village where, by the way, I discovered a haberdashery selling old books and magazines, impossible to find here and for a great price.
In fact there are many antique shops at very affordable prices. I have come home laden with craft books, two cameras, a clock… In Arundel there is an antique shop specialized in cameras and it has hundreds of them, Spencer SwafferAntiques.
Brighton was our last stop on the coast. It is well worth visiting because its old pier and the Royal Pavillion, the summer palace of George IV, oriental style.
Tras visitar Stonehenge fuimos a Salisbury, una pequeña ciudad con una hermosa catedral.
After visiting Stonehenge we went to Salisbury, a small town with a beautiful cathedral.
We had been previously in Bath but we wanted our daughter to see its famous Roman baths. And I found this shop window.
And we finished the trip in a small village, Norton St Philip, where you can find the oldest pub in England that has never closed, The George Inn. It is also a hotel, so we hope to come back one day and stay there.