Saturday, April 10, 2010

To England here we go

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So we went to England. After much wait and antecipation, we went, all happy. Each day there I would think "we are in England" to convince myself that I was not dreaming. If I could I would go there often. Maybe one day I will have there a tiny house, an apartement, and I will go as I want.

The above picture was taken in Lisbon's airport, a way of being in England before arriving there.


At my sister in law home.

Going shopping.
My oldest girl with the little one.


It's such a beautiful place.

with beautiful houses.




See you tomorow.

10 comments:

Aunt Amelia's Attic said...

So happy you had a lovely holiday. And lovely weather while there, too. :-)

Mary said...

Your photos are just wonderful. It is so nice to hear you enjoyed your holiday. I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

Alexandra said...

Thanks for sharing! I wish I could go too...wonderful pictures.

Vicki said...

Hello, Alfazema,
I am so glad to meet you! Thank you for visiting me at Bunny Cottage. You have a lovely blog. How exciting that you were able to visit England. The gardens and homes are so pretty. I hope to be able to visit there some day. I hope you have a wonderful weekend and great upcoming week! Vicki

Sarah said...

Great pictures. Glad you had a lovely time in England. The red phone boxes are great, we don't have many near us - they pulled them down, which is a shame.

Gayle @ Mountain Mom said...

Oh, I REALLY want to go bad now! Loved loved the pictures and living vicariously through your trip!

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Beautiful,lovely and fantastic shots !!Simply amazing !!

Jenny said...

Spring is a geat time to be in England, everything fresh and new. I'm glad you found such beauty in the everyday things, a good reminder for us all.

Annie said...

What a wonderful time you had or perhaps still having? Not sure if you are still there and of course with the Iceland volcano, perhaps you are delayed getting home? In any event, your pictures are wonderful and remind me again that so much of England is like travelling through a book of fairytales.

Annie

Beti Copetti said...

Que prédios lindos! Fiquei encantada com o lugar!