You can call it my bad luck or you can call me lucky; depends on how much you prefer uncertainty and how focused are you on enjoyment. The day that I choose to visit these two places, happened to be the day when the storm had to visit these two places as well. After about an hour and half drive through the city road, breathtaking scenic roads, county roads, we finally reached the drop off location for Stonehenge. We had to board the shuttle bus for reaching the area where the stones (yes, they are huge stones) are located or we could take a walk down the road and enjoy the green cover on both side. I guess we reached before the storm could come and hence, I decided to walk down the road and reach the location. The storm did give me few minutes (5 minutes to be precise) to enjoy the view and admire this prehistoric Monument. After the initial 5 minutes, it was all breezy and raining; that however did not stop the tourists from viewing the stones from all possible angles and clicking selfie(s) :D I was left wondering as to how these stones have been placed, how did the people manage to bring these huge stones; considering the work on these started around 2000BC. There are number of Myths surrounding these and there are festivals that happen here (Mid-summer and mid-Winter festivals). One can walk around the stones on the empty grass field and enjoy the peace that this place has to offer. There are huts near the shuttle where bones were found and these were used by people who used to stay here. Apparently, this place used to have numerous people settled here. A small museum is also located where you can view the skulls of people who used to stay here.