The tour guide joked we might sense vibrations from our "druid" past at Stonehenge.
The only vibrations I felt were shivers from the cold wind and rain whipping around my body as I moved rapidly through the ancient site, determined to return to the warm exhibition center to join the rest of the bones.
On a wall of quotes, one by archaeologist Jacquetta Hawkes hollered at me to look closer: "Every age has the Stonehenge it deserves -- or desires."
Through decades of discoveries at Stonehenge, new theories join old and still Stonehenge remains a mystery, still open to new interpretations. What did the ancient builders desire?
P.S. Join me from your armchair for 30 days in Madrid. Class starts Monday and the sun is shining here in Spain.