Sunday, October 01, 2006

Warwick Castle and Stratford

This castle was pretty cool, but even more amazing was the surrounding areas. So lush and so green. I love these old castles though. It wasn't quite as cool as the ones we have been to when we came to England and Wales before though because it has been a bit touristified.
Can you seen the green in these pictures. It was a beauty overcast British day, which in a way brought out the green.

This picture was taken from the top of the castle out overlooking the surrounding area. From one side, beauty church and British landscape, from the other a sweet little town complete with grass tennis courts.
Here's the church in Stratford where old Willy Shakespeare is buried. He was quite a man. I don't know that I will ever fully understand him. But he did some good stuff. We saw "the Tempest" there that night, and well, it was a bit hard to follow, a combination of crazy accents and hard to follow language and more stuff that just made you go "Huh?". A great little place there though, Stratford is.  Posted by Picasa

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