I’m starting to convince my co-workers that business trips are better if you go out and see the sights rather than work in the hotel between meetings. We arranged for a jet-lagged visit to Stonehenge and toured Windsor Castle.
Windsor is next to Eton, home to Eton College, founded in 1440 by King Henry VI. I took a picture of the Eton Walk and decided to try it out one afternoon.
It was much longer than I expected, and the northern section takes you through some fairly sketchy underpasses where no one could hear you scream, but overall it was a nice jaunt. Would have been better on a bike.
St. George’s Chapel – Windsor Castle
Windsor castle vine
The George, Eton
The rook of stonehenge
Railroad bridge in Eton
Old thatched-roof homes in Wherwell
Egham, UK – John Wesley passed this way and preached in 1744
Trees in the morning – The Long Walk in Windsor, UK
The Long Walk in Windsor, UK
Windsor tree-lined path
Windsor castle guard
Me and Mr. Bean
Eton College Chapel
Tourist shop in Windsor, UK
Shadow under railroad bridge in Eton
Breakfast in Windsor.
Thatched-roof home by stream in Wherwell, UK
500-year-old home in Wherwell, UK
Shackleton statue in London
Catholic Church of St. Edward the Confessor, Windsor
Getting a good shot of the Widwinter Sunset direction arrow at Stonehenge