enchantedengland:

 England’s Moste Medieval Street.….. the seventeenth century cottages lining Church Street in Rye, East Sussex, just around the corner from Mermaid Street (my icon). It’s the best street in the world, and Rye is so tiny you will find it right away. Just keep walking upwards. Rye is built on a hill by the sea, and Church Street is the highest point, about ten minutes from the rail station.  (my photo)

   #take the train from London with a change in Ashford

   #you know you want to go   #stay at the Mermaid Inn   #go up top of the church for the view

Timestamp: 1388593108

enchantedengland:

 England’s Moste Medieval Street.….. the seventeenth century cottages lining Church Street in Rye, East Sussex, just around the corner from Mermaid Street (my icon). It’s the best street in the world, and Rye is so tiny you will find it right away. Just keep walking upwards. Rye is built on a hill by the sea, and Church Street is the highest point, about ten minutes from the rail station.  (my photo)

   #take the train from London with a change in Ashford

   #you know you want to go   #stay at the Mermaid Inn   #go up top of the church for the view

enchantedengland:

enchantedengland: This is Fleet Street in London; and you cannot miss Fleet Street, should you be fortunate enough to find yourself frolicking and capering about London.

   Ye Olde Cock Tavern was originally built before the 17th century and frequented by Alfred Tennyson, Charles Dickens, and Samuel Pepys, among other worthies. It is open for business and is a nice little pub. 

(Source: carlav1996)

Timestamp: 1388591422

enchantedengland:

enchantedengland: This is Fleet Street in London; and you cannot miss Fleet Street, should you be fortunate enough to find yourself frolicking and capering about London.

   Ye Olde Cock Tavern was originally built before the 17th century and frequented by Alfred Tennyson, Charles Dickens, and Samuel Pepys, among other worthies. It is open for business and is a nice little pub. 

(Source: carlav1996)

enchantedengland:

abandonedography:

Tintern Abbey, Tintern Wales, Sunrise, Chris Hanson

enchantedengland: Isn’t this lovely? It does remind me of Whitby Abbey. Someone was copying someone here, I would say! Yes yes they were.

   #suspicion is not a good thing          #be a trusting person

Timestamp: 1388589705

enchantedengland:

abandonedography:

Tintern Abbey, Tintern Wales, Sunrise, Chris Hanson

enchantedengland: Isn’t this lovely? It does remind me of Whitby Abbey. Someone was copying someone here, I would say! Yes yes they were.

   #suspicion is not a good thing          #be a trusting person

enchantedengland:

ohyeahuknationalparksIf there were romance novels for ponies…

New Forest National Park

enchantedengland: ……..it would be seriously disturbing, that is what it would be. Although I must say this pony does have VERY soulful eyes. And I must promote ohyeahuknationalparks because it is an excellent site and I am all about saving the woodland. I am practically a hamadryad that is how much I love a tree.

   Now the New Forest National Park isn’t actually new, since it was created by William the Conqueror in 1079 for the pursuit of Beasts of the Chase- namely red, roe, fallow deer and wild pig- but it has only been a National Park since 2005. This large area of heathland and forest covers south-west Hampshire, extends into south-east Wiltshire, and trails off towards east Dorset and this is just the time of year to visit. 

   #I love my followers   #Random but I just wanted to let you know

   #send in your suggestions for Pony Romance Novels

(Source: joilieder)

Timestamp: 1388588025

enchantedengland:

ohyeahuknationalparksIf there were romance novels for ponies…

New Forest National Park

enchantedengland: ……..it would be seriously disturbing, that is what it would be. Although I must say this pony does have VERY soulful eyes. And I must promote ohyeahuknationalparks because it is an excellent site and I am all about saving the woodland. I am practically a hamadryad that is how much I love a tree.

   Now the New Forest National Park isn’t actually new, since it was created by William the Conqueror in 1079 for the pursuit of Beasts of the Chase- namely red, roe, fallow deer and wild pig- but it has only been a National Park since 2005. This large area of heathland and forest covers south-west Hampshire, extends into south-east Wiltshire, and trails off towards east Dorset and this is just the time of year to visit. 

   #I love my followers   #Random but I just wanted to let you know

   #send in your suggestions for Pony Romance Novels

(Source: joilieder)

enchantedengland:

paisley-pineapple:maeroero: makes me think of Alice in Wonderland

same

enchantedengland: Of COURSE this is in England!! It’s a tea party, isn’t it? And it’s terribly clever.

Timestamp: 1388586310

enchantedengland:

paisley-pineapple:maeroero: makes me think of Alice in Wonderland

same

enchantedengland: Of COURSE this is in England!! It’s a tea party, isn’t it? And it’s terribly clever.

enchantedengland:

   Places I am missing…..**pensive sigh** ….Beachy Head (above) at the southern coast, about three miles from Eastbourne in East Sussex; and the South Downs, which run from Beachy Head in the east to the Itchen Valley of Hampshire in the west. 

(Beachy Head image mymodernmet.com, South Downs Way gate Alan McKenzie flickr)

Timestamp: 1388584631

enchantedengland:

   Places I am missing…..**pensive sigh** ….Beachy Head (above) at the southern coast, about three miles from Eastbourne in East Sussex; and the South Downs, which run from Beachy Head in the east to the Itchen Valley of Hampshire in the west. 

(Beachy Head image mymodernmet.com, South Downs Way gate Alan McKenzie flickr)

enchantedengland:

enchantedengland: Oooooh HOW LOVELY IS THIS. Oxford, England.

(Source: weheartit.com)

Timestamp: 1388582924

enchantedengland:

enchantedengland: Oooooh HOW LOVELY IS THIS. Oxford, England.

(Source: weheartit.com)

enchantedengland:

enchantedengland: Travelling along Westminster Bridge from south London to north…..this corner by the Houses of Parliament is the most eternally crowded place in London, but you will not be bothered because, well, there you are.

   I am doing this chemical peel which is sort of like a dermabrasion except it involves a greater agony of pain. But I KNOW it will be worth it! When it is done, my skin will shine like the radiant sun and gleam like a coruscating star. 

   #things no one is interested in   #things that will end disastrously

(Source: flightlessdynamite)

Timestamp: 1388581361

enchantedengland:

enchantedengland: Travelling along Westminster Bridge from south London to north…..this corner by the Houses of Parliament is the most eternally crowded place in London, but you will not be bothered because, well, there you are.

   I am doing this chemical peel which is sort of like a dermabrasion except it involves a greater agony of pain. But I KNOW it will be worth it! When it is done, my skin will shine like the radiant sun and gleam like a coruscating star. 

   #things no one is interested in   #things that will end disastrously

(Source: flightlessdynamite)

enchantedengland:

   Falkland Palace of Falkland, Fife, Scotland, a formal royal palace of the Scottish Kings.   (SwaloPhoto flickr)

Timestamp: 1388579537

enchantedengland:

   Falkland Palace of Falkland, Fife, Scotland, a formal royal palace of the Scottish Kings.   (SwaloPhoto flickr)

enchantedengland:

   Possibly perfect photograph of London (emilyharriet flickr)

Timestamp: 1388577874

enchantedengland:

   Possibly perfect photograph of London (emilyharriet flickr)