We're just back from 10 days visiting family in the UK. This year we drove over for the first time - it's about 1,000 km each way - and managed to stop off in a few places along the way. Just after we crossed throughout the Channel Tunnel we stopped off at Rye. It's a beautiful little town and I think the photo above is the only one where the sun was shining!
The rest of the time it was rather grey and chilly!
Love that wisteria!
A few days later we were much further west at Lyme Regis in Dorset. A pretty little seaside town on the 'Jurassic Coast', an area where lots of fossils can be found on the beach. We didn't have time for fossil hunting though!
The breakwater in the distance is called the Cobb and is where Meryl Streep stood in that big cloak for the film, "The French Lieutenant's Woman".
The weather was greyer still in Bristol (not the most scenic stop on our trip) but we did fit in a visit to a fantastic National Trust property ... photos to follow soon. We're happy to be back home to warmer weather!!