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Monthly Archives: July 2012
The Eurotunnel Shuttle looks like a subway/metro/underground/tube for automobiles. My husband and I wanted to drive from the UK to Belgium, so we had a choice between a ferry or the Chunnel. After all, there aren’t any bridges connecting Great Britain with … Continue reading
Lady in the lavender fields at Cotswold Lavender in Snowshill.
Bee hovering beside lavender
Fields of Sheep with Minard Castle on Kilmurry Bay, Dingle Peninsula, Ireland. Following a long and full day of sightseeing on the Dingle Peninsula in Ireland, my husband and I were enjoying the drive to Killarney as we passed through a comparatively less-than-picturesque area. … Continue reading
Boats in Kinsale Harbor, Ireland (June 2012). Before leaving for Ireland, I was told several times that I must visit Kinsale (Cionn tSáile), because it is regarded as something of the foodie capital of Ireland. Visit I must, then, because … Continue reading
Church of Our Lady (Onze Lieve Vrouwekerk), Bruges, Belgium. Recently, I posted a photo of the Dijver Canal with the Church of Our Lady‘s Tower in the distance. This post is getting up close and personal, viewing Bruges’ tallest tower in color … Continue reading
Red Poppies in the Cotswolds, United Kingdom (June 2012). When the rapeseed fields are in full bloom, the bright yellow fields are truly eye-catching. But once the blossoms give way to seed pods, vibrant dashes of color emerge. I’m not sure if the … Continue reading
View of the Dijver Canal, Bruges, Belgium. Bruges is renowned for its beauty. One picturesque scene after another seems to be waiting around every corner. Although we explored the city on foot, traveling beside and over canals, many choose to view … Continue reading
The Cliffs of Moher are, without a doubt, a must-see in Ireland. Of course, one’s experience of the Cliffs will be highly dependent on the weather. The day my husband and I visited the Cliffs started out foggy and misty. As … Continue reading