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Hugs and excitement and lots of good wishes! With Michaela and Leo http://www.leomancinihairandbeautysalon.co.uk/

Hugs and excitement and lots of good wishes! With Michaela and Leo http://www.leomancinihairandbeautysalon.co.uk/

Grasmere, Lake District, UK--I was here in 1998 and I loved loved loved the place.  It looks just as I remember it.  I MUST go back!

Grasmere, Lake District, UK--where I lived for periods of time during my childhood while my Dad studied William Wordsworth

Bibury, Cotswolds, UK.  If you have never been to the Cotswolds, do it before you die.  It's the Shire and a Thomas Kinkade painting all rolled into one.

The Swan Hotel, Bibury, Cotswolds, England. Another place to consider while in Cotswolds.

Cornish towns and villages - idea for table names?  Coastal town names: - Zennor - Lamorna - Mousehole - Gwithian - Marizion - Mevagissey - Polperro - Polzeath - Padstow - Holywell Bay

Cornish towns and villages - idea for table names? Coastal town names: - Zennor - Lamorna - Mousehole - Gwithian - Marizion - Mevagissey - Polperro - Polzeath - Padstow - Holywell Bay

10 Famous Literary Locations

famous literary locations

Coniston Ferry, Cumbria. Book accommodation nearby using http://www.thebandbdirectory.co.uk.

The third largest lake in the Lake District, Coniston Water sits in a U shaped valley scoured out by a glacial action in the last ice age. Known as Thurston Water until the Victorian era, the lake is now a popular holiday resort.

Wordsworth occupied Dove Cottage, with his sister Dorothy and wife Mary. Grasmere, Lake District, Cumbria, England, UK

Pictures of The English Lakes

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