So yeah. Stonehenge.
Stonehenge trip was good. Just 90 minutes, so a bit quick. We had a good guide on the bus beforehand, so we didn't have to waste time doing the introductory movie or whatever. Even the audio guides were already covered.
It's fenced off from the public now (tiny, low fence), so you can't get really close. But that doesn't really matter. It would have been nice to get in close, but with a million people visiting it every year, obviously not good from a conservation perspective. Actually, keeping everyone distant helps give you a better look at the thing.
The new visitors' centre looks great. They still have to figure out a few kinks with transport buses and such. You can walk the couple of km from the centre to the stones, which I would have liked to do, but there wasn't the time for that.
We actually snuck in a bottle of wine which was leftover from our stay at the hotel. A couple of glasses on a bench by the stones. And as always -- illegal booze is the best booze. Nothing like paper-bagging it at a world heritage site... I think the druids would have approved.