Little pleasures – part 1

Monday was a Bank Holiday in the  UK and hubby and I spent the weekend in Norfolk.

We headed off early Saturday morning to avoid the heavy weekend traffic. En route we stopped in Cambridge where we had a wonderful breakfast and did some sightseeing.

We then went on to visit Oxburgh Hall and St Johns’ Church in Oxborough, Norfolk.

From there we headed to our final destination but I couldn’t resist stopping by the roadside to take some photos of one of the many rapeseed fields we drove past.

We arrived at our seaside hotel in time for a short walk and a tasty dinner (no photos).

Part 2 tomorrow with Sunday’s photos.

2 thoughts on “Little pleasures – part 1

  1. Ah! These are beautiful snaps, Lena. I marvel at those majestic buildings. I believe they are ancient too, right? The much we have here are the old churches–some quite big– built by our colonial masters, the British. The rapeseed fields look like a still mass of greenish-yellow water. Love it 🙂

    • Thank you Uzoma. Oxburgh Hall was built in the 15th century and the Church is early 16th! Can you imagine how many generations they have seen? There are many of those rapeseed fields in the area, I love the way they look too.

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