UK | South West England

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On the busride from Bristol to Glastonbury
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The ruins of the formerly mighty Glastonbury Abbey
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The abbey stand here from the 7th until the 15th century
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Today, some squirrels imhabit the ruins
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King Arthurs tomb is supposed to be here
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The colourful center of Glastonbury
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The still active and even mightier Wells Cathedral
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With a quite modern architecture, built between the 11th and 14th century
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Wells Cathedral
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The Vicars Close, next to the Cathedral
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Sunset over Wells
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Bath Abbey
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In the center of Bath
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Houses of stone everywhere
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Directions in Weymouth by the Sea
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Weymouth, a small fishertown in the south of England
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Southampton, a larger city in the south of England
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The most beautiful thing in Southampton was the BrewDog Bar
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Supplies for the trainride to Brighton
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The Brighton Pier – Built 1899
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On the Brighton Pier
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The lovely Carnaby Street in the center of London
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A new viewing terrace opened recently in London, in the Tate Modern Museum
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