President Obama knocked one off the bucket list on Friday, visiting Stonehenge in the English countryside after attending a NATO summit in Wales. At the end of a summit that was called to address Russian aggression in Ukraine, but also discussed the threat of ISIS, the president took a tour of the historic site in Wiltshire, England. "How cool is this?” Obama said during a tour. “It's spectacular!"
During the surprise trip the president spotted a family with children and stopped to chat with them and take a photo.
When asked by reporters if Stonehenge was a place he had always wanted to see, Obama said it was.
“Knocked it off the bucket list,” he said.
— Daniella Silva
The Associated Press contributed to this report.