Thornbury Castle, the only Tudor castle in England that operates as a hotel, and guests enjoy the 16th-century dining hall draped with tapestries and armor, wine from the 500-year-old castle vineyard, and stone-walled bedchambers complete with four-poster beds and roaring fireplaces.

Thornbury Castle, the only Tudor castle in England that operates as a hotel, & guests enjoy the dining hall draped with tapestries & armor, wine from the castle vineyard, & stone-walled bedchambers complete with four-poster beds & roaring fireplaces.

Blaise is a hamlet, north west of Bristol England. Built in 1811.

This thatched rubble stone cottage was built in 1811 in a little place called Blaise Hamlet near Bristol, England.~Not only do I love the stone, but also the thatched roof and that curved bench, and oh the leaded windows too.

Colston Street, Bristol

~Colston Street, Bristol, UK~ I'm dying to check out Bristol--West country accents make me weak in the knees :)

~~Into the Woodland ~ autumn, Westonbirt Arboretum, Gloucester, England by Kenny Kennford~~

this is natural landscape photography ~~Into the Woodland ~ autumn, Westonbirt Arboretum, Gloucester, England by Kenny Kennford~~

View Down Vale Street. Totterdown, Bristol, England

Vale Street - Knowle - Bristol - England (von Canis Major) That is the Jubilee Tower i think - used to go swimming there every week!

SS Great Britain built in 1843 the first iron hulled trans Atlantic liner

Top 10: Isambard Kingdom Brunel's great surviving structures

SS Great Britain, 19 Jul 1843 Launched in Bristol in the steamship was the first iron-hulled trans-atlantic liner. Abandoned in the Falkland Islands, she was rescued in 1970 and returned to dry dock in Bristol, where she has been restored.

Totterdown, Bristol -Allegedly it is the steepest residential road open to motor vehicles in Europe, with a gradient of 35%!! - Lush Longboards

Totterdown, Bristol -Allegedly it is the steepest residential road open to motor vehicles in Europe, with a gradient of - Lush Longboards

Arnos Vale Bristol

Arnos Vale cemetery in Bristol, not sure those vertical lines would work so well without the mist

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