prim and propahspells class!
Ash, this was what we were missing...Fabulous! just so :)wishes, devika
Simply delicious! Happy to know you back to make me dreaming in metaphors Ash!
I'm not sure where you found this beautiful place, but it certainly represents a visual metaphor of elegance a few years ago.A bit too stiff for me, but quite beautiful.Thank you very much for visiting Ocala Daily Photo and for your comment. Much appreciated!
While this is a very beautiful setting, it's just a bit too 'proper' for me. I'm just a country boy at heart!Thanks for visiting my site.
Ash, is this place still occupied or just preserved as a museum for the tourists to the taste of the Royal past?
@MagicEye, Devika, Pierrot - Thank you very much! @Jacob - This is in Bristol, England. @George - I agree with you and Jacob. It is a bit too proper and stiff for my tastes too! @Paresh - This is now a museum. It was formerly the house of a wealthy sugar merchant called John Pinney.
So pretty! Is it free to visit? ;)
Fantabulous pictures as always. Thanks for commenting on my creations :)
Very grand dining area.
wow! great to observer such dining-hall. quite obvious!
That is too grand, well laid out one. :)
Hi Ash! The strawberries are there, I'm just missing the champagne... ;)Thanks for your comments on my blog. I’m going to be offline working in a «remote» location next week, but left you in a new destination in Blogtrotter Two... Enjoy and have a great week!
Beautiful pictures of an incredibly stunning setting.Thank you so much for your visit and a kind comment and sorry for returning it so late.;)xoxo
London Caller - Yes, it is free!Anandi, Rajesh, Jeevan, Indrani - ThanksJanani - Thank you. Lovely to see you! Trotter - Indeed! Thank you. Zuzana - Thank you so much for visiting!
spic and span, elegant and rich, actually, a world so far removed.. i absolutely loved the crystal jar.thanks for visiting my blog, do drop in again.
Oh my. Elegant living at its best.
Gauri - I'll definitely visit your blog! Annie - Oh yes, indeed! Thank you so much for your visit and comment Annie. I missed you!
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