Hiding Out with History at Hailes Abbey

This is my kind of cocktail — a new experience that’s a mixture of pristine nature and history. I’m drunk on travel here at Hailes Abbey in the Cotswolds, where the tweets are from birds instead of politicians. This Abbey was built with Cotswolds stone in the 13th century, and it was a pilgrimage site for almost 300 years — until King Henry VIII tore it down during his Suppression of the Monasteries 

What about you? Please share your own “drunk on travel” cocktail.