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The Lake District, England photo. We vacation in the Lake District twice while living in England.

♡♡♡ Stairs leading to Skellig Michael Monastery, Ireland  3 August 2015 ♡♡♡

Stairs leading to Skellig Michael Monastery, Ireland. We didn't make it here last time, but I've always wanted to visit Skellig Michael. next time!

CURB APPEAL – Bilbury, Gloucestershire

England Travel Inspiration - Bibury, UK Bibury is a charming, typically Cotswold, village just a short drive from "The Capital of the Cotswolds", Cirencester wit.

followthewestwind:  Cottage amidst the lavender in the highlands of Scotland • photo: Vicki Lea Eggen

all-things-british-and-irish: “ Cottage Amidst The Lavender by Vicki Lea Eggen. A cottage in the Highlands of Scotland ”


Slaters Bridge in Little Langdale is one of the English Lake District national parks iconic views. It’s an old stone packhorse bridge in a lovely setting which took slate miners over the River Brathay on their return to Langdale after a hard day’s work

i want to live here by sweet.sammy-antha

I'd like this to be my back gate! Valley Gate,Yorkshire, England photo via suzanne

Yeah, I've had The Fear once or twice in my life. Not in Ireland, though. Hmm...Bucket List!!! :-)

The Ultimate Guide to Irish Slang + Irish vs. American terms (the hubby will need this translator ;

(via Lost Sheep, Lake District, England by Mark Howells-Mead | Anglomania)

Oh England! So typical of the Lake District England - Beautiful area of the UK. Did a wonderful trip in the Lake District Sept 2009

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England, Bibury in the Cotswolds England, heavenly A beautiful places to have a wedding!

Its appearance is as mystical as its discovery. A heavy storm in the late 19th century tore through the aged low cliffs at Shetland, revealing an unusual settlement.

Jarlshof is the best known prehistoric archaeological site in Shetland, Scotland. - Described as "one of the most Remarkable Archaeological Sites ever excavated in the British Isles", it contains Remains dating from 2500 BC up to the century AD.