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Brain@Work: Experiencing Cultural Tourism

Three days tourism in the South West England.
It is an hands-on academic experience..isn’t it?

Day1: Winchester and Soutampton
Day2: Stonehenge, Bath, Wells and Salisbury
Day3: Jurassic Coast

Here the map:
https://i2.wp.com/www.beanbol.com/images/map.jpg

Go to the on line map >>

These are the official web sites of the visited destination:

http://visitbath.co.uk/ – World Heritage Site in 1897
http://www.visitwiltshire.co.uk/ – Stonehenge World Heritage Site in 1987
http://www.jurassiccoast.com/ – World Heritage Site in 2001

Would it be possible to speak about tourism without being a tourist?

Here some nice pictures:

https://i1.wp.com/farm4.static.flickr.com/3106/2344088914_064a9bfd68_m.jpg https://i2.wp.com/farm3.static.flickr.com/2170/2342081084_ca5326d5a5_m.jpg

https://i2.wp.com/farm3.static.flickr.com/2050/2341244987_3ed7149327_m.jpg  https://i1.wp.com/farm3.static.flickr.com/2013/2341244143_c258804be5_m.jpg

Check out other pictures on my Flickr >>

We used:
1 cell phone
1 satellite navigator
wikipedia.org & wikitravel.org

We spend:
i don’t know how much for gasoline
maximum 1.50 £  for a guide (not in each place)

Free
Some place (particularly Stonehenge and Bath) had free and interesting Audio Giude
Useless tourists guides at the tourists offices full of ads
3 stones from Chesil Beach

Overall, it has been a great experience.
The South West of England is very very beautiful.
I really hope to work with these guys.

Kisses&Hugs

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