Last week I went on a class trip to England. We hired a coach and started our journey with the following stops:
Kiel, Germany - Rotterdam, The Netherlands - York, England -
Stratford-upon-Avon, England - Burford, England - Oxford, England - London, England -
Calais, France - Kiel, Germany
When we arrived in Rotterdam we took the night ferry to Hull, England.
The next morning we drove to York where we went on a sightseeing tour and a minster visit.
|Street in York|
|One of the more expensive areas|
|The Treasurers House with its marvellous garden|
Now the York Minster is an ancient cathedral situated in the centre of the city. It amazes with great architecture and lots of historical facts.
|One of the great floor tiles|
|My favourite ceiling|
The next day we proceeded to the birthplace of Shakespeare, Stratford-upon-Avon.
It is a lovely, small town located along the river Avon. When we had some spare time we hired a rowing boat and explored the waterway.
The town reminds of medieval time and when walking around the town one can understand Shakespeare's origin of creativity.
That's it for now, I'll post the rest of the journey in another blog post the following week!
Thank you for reading.