Visiting Shakespeare’s birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon is like walking through the pages of history. Here’s his house when he’s young:
Amidst the quaint Tudor architecture and cobblestone streets, you can almost hear the quill scratching out verses that would transcend time.
After immersing in the bard’s world, a short stroll leads to Cafe 37, a cozy haven for the famished traveler.
Here, the soup of the day was the potato and leek soup.
I had the quintessentially English scones served with rich, luxurious clotted cream and some lovely cappuccino.
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