We woke up at 7:45 this morning, and somehow still managed to be late. We weren't able to drop off our backpacks at the hostel, but it ended up being okay. The busdriver let us store them below deck on the charter bus. We met two Australian women on the ride to Bath and Stonehenge. They were very nice and made the trip very pleasant. We spent an hour at Stonehenge and got plenty of pictures. (Check out the photo album). It really is a very bizarre place to find these giant rocks. It's just out in the middle of no where. After that, the Anderson charter bus took us to Bath to see the Roman Baths and look around the city. It was so beautiful. Our tour guide was very good, too. He pointed out this little village with a population of zero. I guess it was bought up by the Ministry of Defense and now is used for house-to-house combat training. They blow up the town, then rebuild it, then blow it up, then rebuild it ... lol He also pointed out a white horse on the side of a hill. A man, celebrating a victory, made it by carving down to the chalk that lays beneath the sod. The whole thing was about 200-300 feet wide! Once we got back and finally found the hostel, we met some people (our age! finally!) and made plans to meet down in the bar later. The hostel seems pretty safe. Everyone just leaves their backpacks on their beds, so no one really worries about theft. The rooms are locked, and there are pretty much only single-sex rooms, I think.