Warwick castle was built in 11th centuries, and have so many buildings that are worth exploration and my favorite part of the castle was the Time Tower, and the Trebuchet placed outside the castle area, across the Avon River. Me and my friends spent most of our time over there. At that day, the weather in England was gloomy all day long and it was drizzling on Warwick castle (not to mention the strong wind). We made a quick detour before going back to the bus.
One thing that I loved so much about this tour was that we passed Cotswold. All the way, we saw countryside houses that were all very pretty. They were medieval houses, small, petite, and neatly organized. Those kind of houses you see in the movies. Too bad we only passed by. I hope one day I can come back and experience living in one of those houses ;)
Shakespeare's Birthplace - Stratford-Upon-Avon
Oxford University Walking Tour
What’s unique about this university is that it doesn’t have main building, all campuses are spread around the city. It has four (4) academic divisions, 38 colleges, and 6 permanent private halls. The 4 academic divisions are humanities, Medical sciences, Social sciences, and Mathematical, Physical, and Life Sciences. The proverb says, if you can’t school at Oxford, you can still visit Oxford as tourist ;)