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Re: Stonehenge & Environs
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I did enjoy Avebury as well as Amesbury. Did the usual walk starting in the NT car park up Windmill Hill, down to Adam and Eve, across to the Henge, down the Avenue, Silbury Hill, West Kennet and the Sanctuary and Barrows, however ran out of time for the stone drifts at Fyfield. Bit of play off really, visiting whilst quiet vs lack of daylight. Really enjoyed the small museum in Devizes, staff could not have been more welcoming and pleasant easy display guiding you around. By the way, I find Silbury has become even more fascinating as they continue to discover nothing buried there? Looking across at it from Windmill Hill it definitely took on a new significance for me.

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17th November 2017ce

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