Friday, June 22, 2012

Stratford-Upon-Avon aka Shakespeare's Birthplace

Part 4 of my epic journey to England. So I've been in England for over a week and we decided that it was time to go to Stratford-Upon-Avon or the birthplace of William Shakespeare. We rode a train for two hours to get to Stratford.

This was the first phone booth I dared stand in. The ones in London had disgusting ads and were gross.
Jessica standing next to a post office box.
Jessica in the phone booth.
Me and Jessica sitting on the river banks of the Avon river.
Trinity Church. This is where Shakespeare is buried.
The graves of Shakespeare and his wife Anne Hatheway.
This is the house of Shakespeare's daughter and son-in-law.
The inside of the Bed and Breakfast we stayed at.
Anne Hatheway's cottage.
Anne Hatheway's Cottage.
Just hanging in the gardens at the Anne Hatheway Cottage.

Walking the streets of Stratford.
Morgan, Crissy, and I standing at the entrance of the museum that leads to Shakespeare's birthplace.
Hanging out at Shakespeare's house.
What's up.
Me and Bob being awesome!
In Stratford-Upon-Avon we went to the different Shakespeare houses including Shakespeare's house, his daughter and son-in-laws house, and the Anne Hatheway cottage. We also saw "The Tempest" at the Royal Shakespeare Company theatre, which was awesome! We were only there for two days but it was lots of fun and very cool to see the different parts of Shakespeare's life in Stratford-Upon-Avon.

1 comment:

The Dawg, Lib-Dawg said...

Love all the awesome photos. When do you and I get to go back?