STRATFORD UPON AVON
Fel and i took a 2 days 1 night trip down to Stratford-upon-Avon; which is also commonly known as the birthplace of William Shakespeare and is a place over-flowing with culture and history. It is just about a 2 hours train ride from London and a beautiful place set in the rural Warwickshire countryside.
Moving from place to place in this town is easily accessible either by walking or by cycling. Accommodations are really easy to find, i would recommend Bed&Breakfast for those who prefer a cosy setting along with different experiences of the english culture. (The place which i stayed at is: ADIAN B&B, and the owners are amazing&friendly people; they treated us with hospitality and warmth as well as given us tons of tips on where to go and how to get there etc; i would definitely recommend this place to those who are thinking of visiting this lovely town!)
There are plenty of things to do here besides visiting the various houses belonging to William Shakespeare and people related to him, like his wife, Anne Hathaway; one should catch a play at the newly reopened RSC theatre, have a cup tea and amazing brownies at “Box Brownie”, or take a stroll along the riverside etc.
I shall end the post here because i am DEAD tired and i have to go to church tomorrow morning.. SO, i shall blog about the rest of stratford tomorrow instead! (gosh i am super hungry now because of my miserable salad dinner :/)