DaRC wrote:So another option would be to use the power of t'interweb to organise your own itinery; find your own places to visit and places to stay. March to your own tune rather than another's... . Just a personal viewpoint.
However, having the chance to chat to Ronald Hutton might be something to good to be missed though!
Corwen wrote:How long are you coming for? If you come for a couple of weeks you could walk one of the long distance paths like the Ridgeway, theres no better way to see a country than by walking across it.
This route ends at Avebury but from there you can walk the Great Stones Way on to Stonehenge.
minerva5 wrote:If you ever get to the South West of England (and Really you should!) try visiting an enormous stone circle at Stanton Drew which is west of Bath inside the junction of A36 heading West and the A37 heading South. It is bigger than Stonehenge and has amazing energies. It is on private farm land down little lanes but it is so worth the effort to find it.Time shifting is possible there.
Also if you have transport visit the Rollright stones on A44 a couple of miles before you get to Morton in Marsh in the Cotswolds.This is a small stone circle at the side of the road with many legends attached. It was also part of a massive dowsing survey in the 70's /80's related to the Michael and Mary ley lines called the Dragon Project. It is surrounded by an energy field with cold spot "gates " at the corners.
Good luck with your travels!
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