9 Jul 2004
My final stop was at Sutton Hoo, in the Southeast of England. From the ground, the site appears to be...
7 Jul 2004
Chesters & Vindolanda
On July 8th I visited Chesters and Vindolanda Roman Forts. Chesters is the best preserved cavalry fort in England, while...
6 Jul 2004
My next journey was east, to Northumbria and "Hadrian's Wall Country". A stayed in Haltwhistle, the geographic center of Great...
5 Jul 2004
Ambleside & Windermere
After my days in Keswick I headed south to Ambleside, where I saw a derelect Roman fort and then onto...
2 Jul 2004
My second full day in the Lake District was spent in the fells of Buttermere, where signs of ancient settlement...
1 Jul 2004
My main attraction in the Lake District was the Castlerigg Stone Circle, the oldest in England (constructed around 3000 B.C.)....
30 Jun 2004
On my third day I left Oxford and traveled north all day until I reached the town of Keswick in...
29 Jun 2004
My second stop was the Roman fort of Letocetum in Wall, in the West Midlands. Truly in the middle of...
28 Jun 2004
The Neolithic monuments of England consist of the famous stone circles (Stonehenge being the best-known and most dramatic example), barrows,...