I finally saw Shakespeare's tomb at Stratford, and then Janet and I ended up at a rummage sale in the hall next door. I snagged some fabulous emphera there. When Cousin Ardyth saw Shakespeare's tomb with Aunt Carolyn, she wept. I just loved that dramatic story of Ardyth crying over the "Bard's" tomb.
Bath Abbey, Bath England //Beautiful old, old, city! This square in front of the church was bustling with tourists and many quaint shops! We found an extraordinary chocolate shoppe! Worth the trip!-MFB
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Shakespeare's Memorial - This bust of the Bard, William Shakespeare, was commissioned by his widow and friends in 1623, just 7 years after his death. It was carved by Gerard Jansen and is considered to be a very good representation of how Shakespeare looked. The memorial overlooks his tomb in the chancel of Holy Trinity church in Stratford-upon-Avon.