...when I was half my height, the stones seemed twice as big, the circle twice as large, I could walk right up to the stones and touch them. There weren't the facilities like there are now, nor the so called exhibition: and one didn't need a bus from the entrance to the circle; and it didn't cost the earth either. I was told the charge was high so that money could be diverted to other places -not on! Or if it is to pay for the flashy visitor centre (far more than it needs to be) that isn't either. EH need a re-think!
At half the price it would be twice as good.
Having said all that, Stonehenge is still impressive but because you can't get close you loose a sense of the real scale of the stones. Yes there are visitors around but they aren't close either. It needs some figures (dummies) within the circle to create an air of realism.
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