Salisbury is known as ‘the city in the countryside’ as it is surrounded by the loveliest English landscape you can imagine. And as it was on our route from Stonehenge to the little village we stayed in in Dorset, it was the perfect stop to have afternoon tea…
On the first day of our shortbreak to England, we stopped at Stonehenge as that was conveniently situated between Folkestone, where we got off the train, and Marnhull, the little village we stayed in.
In today’s travelpost I will tell you a bit about Stonehenge, of course illustrated with heaps of pics I took that day!
Today you can read a second post about my daytrip to Utrecht, which my best friend Katrien and I visited a couple of weeks before.
Last week you could read about our visit to the Rietveld-Schröder House (see this post) and today I will tell you a bit more about the Cathedral.
When on a citytrip I like to stroll around as much as possible. Soaking up the atmosphere, discovering new places, observing people,… I just love it!
And most of the time I also want to do something cultural as well… visiting an exposition for example! So in today’s travelpost it’s all about must-see expositions in some good,f ab and lovely cities! Read the rest of this entry »
Last week there was a first post about the beautiful Lake District in England. We did a lot of beautiful daytrips during that holiday (now 6 years ago already!!) so today I will fill you in on what for me was the most beautiful daytrip: a walking tour around Buttermere and a boat trip on Derwent Water. Read the rest of this entry »
We love England and we like spending our holidays across the Channel. I cannot but emphasize how beautiful this country is and I cannot but try to convince everyone that London definitely is not England… at all!
So when we went to the Lake District years ago (way back in 2011, can’t believe it’s nearly 6 years ago!!), we were once again in awe of England’s beauty. Read the rest of this entry »