When I first moved back I couldn’t contain my excitement for getting back into these luscious forests. However, I’ve had to learn that even in a situation as free as mine, you can’t run off every day, no matter how much you want to. So instead, I’ll be content with little day hikes around local woods.
I’ll be compiling a blog post of my favorite area hikes in an upcoming travel guide. #thegreat_pnw 🌲✨
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One for all the Potter fans out there (of which there are quite a few, apparently). Posting without much comment from me after the bother I found myself in last time 😬
On a side note, just had Strictly Come Dancing on the telly and I’ve never seen so many folk so happy to be in Blackpool! Good on ‘em.
The Arc de Triomphe du Caroussel is a lot smaller than the Arc de Triomphe de l’Ètoile located at the other end of the Champs Élysée. This triumphal arch stands on Place du Carrousel between the Louvre and Jardin des Tuilieres. #moncarrousel
The soul that sees beauty may sometimes walk alone.
- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
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Quiet, charming streets 🍂
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Another autumnal beauty from Cambridge🍁
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Off around gorgeous Derbyshire today. Heading to my all time favourite medieval beauty, Haddon Hall and hopefully Bakewell to pay a visit to the best Austrian sausage shop I know! The kasekrainer are amazing!! 😍 I will share everything with you on stories.
This is the duck pond in the village of Tissington, another quaint and beautiful Peak village. In the centre of the village stands Tissington Hall, home to the Fitzherbert family who have lived there since Elizabethan times. Don't know about the hall, but I'd fancy this house by the pond. Doesn't it look idyllic?
Happy Sunday ❤👋