Friday, September 28, 2012

England by Instagram


We spent four fun days in London, and then headed out to the English countryside. Right now, we're in the Yorkshire Dales, which are gorgeous -- huge, grassy hills and more sheep than you can count. A flat tire and a runny nose tried to spoil our fun, but we're savoring this last little bit of our trip. Tomorrow, it's back to New York. Have a great weekend!

15 comments:

  1. great photos-really captured a glipse of British life...like the wellies! (I've never been to a football match though...rugby, I'm there!)

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  2. I don't know if I'm more jealous that you are in London, or that you are going back to NY ;) I miss the UK. One day I'll visit again. Great pictures!

    - Sarah
    agirlintransit.blogspot.com

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  3. Oh wow. These are lovely! I'm do dying to make it over to England. Enjoy every last moment and make it home safely!

    Brooke

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  4. Are flat tires the vacation normal in Europe? We had one last week in France, you gotta smile through it-the trips are amazing and wonderful. Welcome back to America, my sweet ones.

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  5. LOVING your round up–following you on Instagram has felt like a little a vacation!

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  6. Gorgeous! Haha the flat tire reminded me of the scene from Leap Year... such a cute movie :)

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  7. That is my kind of London! xxoo

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  8. love-ly and dreamy! my husband is a huge EPL fan, I dream of taking him to see Arsenal play for real one day...I'll be in it for the tea ;)

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  9. My parents are British and when I was a little girl, my dad used to make me a soft boiled egg and toast. He'd cut tteh toast into strips and call them Egg's and Soldiers. I LOVE soft boiled eggs.

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  10. You captured London beautifully - makes me want to hop over for a visit!

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  11. Beautiful photos, Natalie! Loved living vicariously through you on your trip! :)

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  12. Looks like you had a great time! I've never seen eggs served like that in the shell, haha!

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