Literary Expedition: Stratford-upon-Avon

Stratford-upon-Avon, on the River Avon some 20 miles southeast of Birmingham, is one of England’s premier cultural visitor destination outside of London.  This is the birthplace of the genius playwright/poet, William Shakespeare, born here in 1564.  The center of the town, where the chief locations stand close together, is small enough to stroll around in a couple of hours.  We travelled to and fro London, for a day-long walking tour of this quaint town.

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