England in my heart

Cambridge

Squirrels, sheep, green parks, fields, tea,cute cottages, state homes, changeable weather, beautiful countryside towns, London, pubs, salt&vinegar crisps, cider, toffee, great shopping, friends, love, sadness, change…..
These are some of my English bitter-sweet memories. I’ll probably blog about all the different towns that I’ve visited in England but for the time being here are some of my photos:

Bury St Edmunds
Bury St Edmunds
Cambridge
Cambridge

Ipswich
Ipswich
Ely
Ely
Norwich
Norwich
London
London

Oxford
Oxford
Bath
Bath
Stonehenge
Stonehenge
Framlingham castle
Framlingham castle
Southwold
Southwold
Ickworth house (BSE)
Ickworth house (BSE)
Audley End house
Audley End house
Lavenham
Lavenham
Warwick castle
Warwick castle
Kenilworth castle
Kenilworth castle
Anglesey Abbey
Anglesey Abbey
Orford castle
Orford castle
Aldeburgh
Aldeburgh
Thorpeness
Thorpeness

England is in my heart.

So have you visited England?

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38 thoughts on “England in my heart

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  7. I remember you said you’d been to Bury St Edmunds before. It’s so strange – looking through these photos is like looking through my childhood! I went to school in Framlingham, and used to visit Ipswich, Norwich and Bury all the time! I still go back whenever I can when I’m home visiting my parents. I’m glad you have such great memories of your time in England – hopefully you’ll be able to come back and visit someday 🙂

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    1. Cool! Well, I haven’t been to Bury since 2010 (I lived nearby for a short while back in 2008/2009). I’m going to London this year and have been thinking about going back to Bury for a day:)

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  8. Beautiful photos! I’ve been to ely cambridge and london but would love to see oxford 🙂

    I think my favourite place in england so far has been the peak district in derbyshire. It’s so beautiful. So much to see in this wonderful country.

    Look forward to your england blogs 🙂

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