Warwick and a bite of Stratford-upon-Avon

Today, I went to Warwick Castle, and then to Stratford-upon-Avon.

Warwick Castle is a fantastic place to visit. They displays full of interesting attractions from the castle’s history; medieval armers and torture instruments to Victorian aristocrats’ elegant life.

I visited Stratford-upon-Avon as well, where William Shakespeare has been born.

I went to his grave in the church. Then I visited some related houses, but was not much impressive. I left without entering any of those houses; I’m not a fun of Shakespeare anyway. (I’m more interested in how to decode his English that uses a grammar unknown to me…)



Today, I went to Warwick Castle, and then to

Stratford-upon-Avon.

Warwick Castle is a fantastic place to visit. They

displays full of interesting attractions from the castle’s history; medieval

armers and torture instruments to Victorian aristocrats’ elegant life.

I

visited Stratford-upon-Avon as well, where William Shakespeare has been born.

I went to his grave in the church. Then I visited some related houses, but

was not much impressive. I left without entering any of those houses; I’m not a

fun of Shakespeare anyway. (I’m more interested in how to decode his English

that uses a grammar unknown to me…)




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