Saturday, August 28, 2010


The river flows in and out of Stratford-Upon-Avon
Me and two classmates in front of the Stratford-Upon-Avon Public Library,
which happened to be a Carnegie library
Shakespeare's Birthplace
Found hanging on the wall in the local craft store,
specializing in paper crafts
It amused me to see how people made the most of being in Shakespeare's hometown
In the middle of town
Riding the hop-on, hop-off bus around town to see all the sites
(without having to pay for all the sites!)
at the remains of Shakespeare's house
Where Shakespeare's house used to be, now an active archeological site
Don't fall asleep in the garden
The road goes ever on and on...
(Note the tree branch on the left that's just the right height to smack into people on the top deck of the bus!)
Some houses still have peat roofs!
Hanging out near the river
Just because it says "Open" does not mean that you can go in;
the production we saw was in a little theatre down the street
Poster for the production we saw (AWESOME)
The reverse of the Ugly Duckling: One little duck in the middle of a flock of swans!
Awaiting the beginning of A Winter's Tale

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