Bath was beautiful. Lyndon and I had finished reading Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey which takes place entirely in Bath. It was fun to see where her story came to life.
Stonehenge was interesting. The day we went the whole country was covered in thick fog. When we got to Stonehenge we actually could not see it because the fog was so thick. We did not see it until we walked up right next to it. It is located in the middle of this field just off the road. There are sheep in the field too. Everyone gets an audio tour device that had some really interesting facts about Stonehenge.
Our last couple days before the new year involved packing and cleaning up our flat. We manage to have some fun as well. We stopped at Trinity square where the epic race in Charriots of Fire took place. We spent New Years Eve at our house's party. We brought in the New Year with a kiss.
2011 started out with me leaving to come back to Provo to finish school and Lyndon spending the rest of his break in Cambridge.
In order to assuage my lonliness when Christine left, I spent a couple days with Peter in London (where I watched Beaches for the first time) and a couple days with Tim. With Tim we visited many colleges and cloisters including where some of Harry Potter was filmed, although everyone knows that in order to be truly wonderful and excellent they should have filmed the movie entirely in Cambridge...