Monday, January 21, 2008

From My Chair

. . . I am enjoying the Lovely Daughter's adventures in England. She has been here:

and today she is here: and tomorrow she will take a train through this:


and end up here:

I took this final shot summer before last, so I am going to have particular fun imagining her next few days!

Who can identify all the images?


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10 comments:

mompriest said...

Not me...I hope to go overseas one day...and would love to spend time in England...

I hope your daughter is having a fabulous time!

Presbyterian Gal said...

I'll guess,
One might be Buckingham Palace,
Two complete baffles me, but I'll guess either a B&B or a hostel where she is staying.
Three is the Chunnel under the English Channel from England to France
Four is the top of Notre Dame in Paris.

I know I probably did not get 100 percent. But I'll be happy with one.

Lisa :-] said...

I'm going with presbyterian gal on the last two, but won't hazard a guess on the first two.

Cathy said...

I don't know their locations, but I do identify with traveling vicariously through an offspring!

Quotidian Grace said...

I'm guessing Westminster Abbey, Shakespeare's home, the Chunnel and Notre Dame de Paris.

Jan said...

Love the pictures and your comments. I hope your daughter keeps on having a marvelous time.

Kathryn said...

I can do the first couple (but its probably not fair as I'm a local) and am sorry that I didn't realise she was going to be relatively close...it would have been good to offer some hospitality, at least in the form of a coffee on the run.
I rather think that jo(e) and I took a photo not unlike the first about a year ago

Sally said...

lol for Buckingham Palace- Like Kathyrn it would be cheating for me to give the answers living in the UK - but I am enjoying reading the suggestions!!!

Gannet Girl said...

Not TOO bad -- the first one is Oxford; the second is Stratford, though I don't think it's Shakespeare's house, but one of the British ladies may correct me (I just lifted it from a tourist website) and yes, the next two are the Chunnel and Notre Dame de Paris.

Paul said...

I took a pic of the same clock at Oxford. You must have rented a helicopter.http://photos1.blogger.com/blogger/1067/1873/1600/DSCN0295.jpg