after finishing the visit to the church where Shakespeare is buried, we headed back to the car and then..
lovely gardens just outside the church
gently rolling gardens…
the river Avon. idyllic scenes eh?
old gnarled trees
we squabble but we also hold hands, Baba holding Ma’s hand to help her, she was badly limping by now..
why has a bloody lamp post been donated by the city of Bonn?
not quite sure what this is about, maybe a cemetery or some kind of a sculpture?
a lovely bridge
yeah, exactly, the old thespians.
what an ironic sight, the rose and crown and then costa!
then we jumped into the car and drove to what can arguably be termed as the most beautiful cottages in the country. Ann Hathaway’s Cottage.
seeing from the road
having a bite to eat
there’s the lovely little cottage
we head in, i wasnt supposed to take photographs so I did
lovely little cribs
i dont think i can fit into that bed
taking a peek
old old beams
i am waiting for Ma…
you can see the carpenter’s marks.
and the lovely walls
you are supposed to write a sticky to your love :) write how you met your loved one.
chuckles, sounds familiar, so many women in my life call me this..
its a beautiful place
Baba taking it easy
another view of the cottage
Puck will pop out soon
And Ma’s tired as well
My little princess
Another view of the shoe
Another lovely brick house next to the cottage
Ma slurping on an icecream.
It was a nice day out..very enjoyable.