There is a quiz on quizony about where should we travel this summer and the result for me (after answering 30 questions) was:
Sun, sun, and more sun–that’s about the utmost vacation you can think of! You enjoy a slower pace of life, with beautiful sun-kissed and natural smiles and friendly faces at every turn. Set your watch to island time and leave the rest of the world behind. There’s no chance you’ll regret it!
Nice destination, I will save it on my bucket list, however for this summer I must be realistic and dream … small.
Places I want to travel to this summer
Cardiff. About 2 hours by bus or one hour by train from Bristol, Cardiff is an interesting city that combines old and new. There are few tourist attractions for culture lovers, like the Cardiff Castle or the Saint Fagan National Museum, where you can see even a reconstruction of an Iron Age village there and evidence of life as it was about 4000 years ago, not far, at south east of Newport, in Pembrokeshire. Impressive!
Bath. A good walk around the Royal Crescent (a semicircular terrace of 30 old honey-coloured Georgian houses), a nice afternoon in Roman thermal baths, a visit to Jane Austen house, a boat trip along the Avon river while enjoying the beautiful landscape – all these and more will make your visit to Bath a memorable experience.
Stonehenge. This ancient mystery, located on Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire, can be seen from miles around. The real reason why the ancient Britons build such a massive monument at Stonehenge is still unknown. Maybe for religious purposes or just to study the movements of the Sun and the Moon or maybe was only a cemetery at the beginning.
Weston Super Mare. I could squeeze a weekend ot two to a long quiet sandy beach only a stone’s throw from Bristol.
London, of course. I could never get tired of London, indeed. This summer, I intend to see the Sky-High Gardens, Europe’s highest-public garden, and enjoy the most spectacular sunset over this glamorous metropolis, surrounded by exotic plants.