And finally, the last set of photographs from my trip to Europe earlier this year…
Barcelona, we flew to Heathrow and spent the first few days with my husband’s family in Kent. We kept busy and moved around for the remainder of the trip, showing my parents as much as possible: Bath, Stonehenge, the Cotswolds, Oxford, and London.
All photos: iPhone 7
Dylan, my mother-in-law’s dog, in the fields of Trottiscliffe, a village several miles from West Malling, Kent.
The gardens of Leeds Castle, five miles from Maidstone, Kent.
The lush grounds of Leeds Castle in Kent.
Overlooking the maze at Leeds Castle.
Looking out of a window from inside Leeds Castle.
The Pulteney Bridge, crossing the River Avon, in central Bath.
A shot of the Great Bath at the Roman Baths, taken from the upper level. Bath Abbey stands in the background.
A statue’s perspective of the Great Bath.
The grand ceiling of Bath Abbey.
Our unexpected, innovative dishes at Acorn Vegetarian Kitchen in the center of Bath. I highly recommend this restaurant, even if you’re not vegetarian.
Just a bunch of old rocks, aka Stonehenge.
A horse along a road near Avebury.
Part of Avebury henge and stone circles. (Or, another monument of prehistoric rocks.)
An area of Castle Combe, one of the twee villages we passed through in the Cotswolds.
The Bridge of Sighs (Hertford Bridge), which connects two parts of a college over New College Lane in central Oxford.
Overlooking a canal in Oxford.
Tom Quad in Christ Church, the largest college quad in Oxford.
Looking up at the ceiling while queueing to visit the Hall in Christ Church.
A powder blue door on a quiet road in Oxford.
Colorful Neal’s Yard in Covent Garden in London.
The Great Court of the British Museum in London.
The London Eye from afar, seen from the gardens of Buckingham Palace.
Posters of Goldie’s new album on a phone booth in Covent Garden in London.
Fancy porridge at 26 Grains in Covent Garden in London.
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