The first stop on the tour was Stonehenge. The internet says things like "not as cool as people say", "you don't get close enough", etc., etc. But I actually really enjoyed it! I thought it was a neat experience and I managed to get quite a few good shots!
After Stonehenge our tour bus went over to Avebury, another massive stone circle from prehistoric times. this one is a little different though, because the stones are everywhere and you can walk right up to them. Many people say they like Avebury better than Stonehenge, but I still think I preferred Stonehenge. But I think that seeing them both together really is the best idea! There were also a lot of really adorable sheep running around.
After Avebury we were on the road again. On the route to the next stop, there was some really pretty scenery, including Silbury Hill, a massive pyramid like structure built in prehistoric times, and a couple white chalk horses, which are famous in the area. The oldest one (which we didn't get to see) was made in prehistoric times, but the rest were made in the 1700s and 1800s.
Our last stop was Castle Combe. This is a Cotswold village, and also took part in the filming of another all time favorite movie of mine, Stardust! I also had a few spare minutes to walk along a little path in the woods, but unfortunately couldn't go very far since I had to get back to the tour bus by a certain time. It was a really pretty little village though!