We love to cruise and this will show our travels. Of course there will also be other photos of non cruise holidays and anything else that takes my fancy.
All photos can be clicked to enlarge.
I am joining Sandee at Comedy Plus for the blog hop.
So very pretty and such a pretty horse!
A horse drawn barge. How cool. I would love to walk with the horse and then ride on the barge. Beautiful.Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Jackie. ♥
What a nice photo I wouldn't mind that walk either I often go for a walk along the canal here from the Paddington basin :-)Have a neighladtastic week Jackie 👍
I have never heard of a horse drawn barge, interesting. XO
It's lovely that they've kept up the tradition and changed to giving tours.
How cool is that!!! Never heard of a horse drawn barge.
How fascinating! I've never heard of a horse drawn barge!Happy Weds, Jackie.
Wow! Never heard of this! Brilliant idea!And the horse is beautiful and strong! Happy WW and thank you for this special image!
We have an old canal (still in use) about 2 hours from where I live, but no horses on the towpath. So scenic. Loved this!
Very beautiful! Happy Wednesday! :) <3
How pretty, and what an amazing tradition to keep up.
this would be fun !!! is that a Percheron or a cyldesdale ??? ☺☺♥♥
Gorgeous place and creative photo ~ XoLiving in the moment,A ShutterBug Explores,aka (A Creative Harbor)
I too have not heard of a horse drawn barge. I would love to be in the barge enjoying the view.
I would LOVE to take that trip! WOW!
I received in a comment the location of that image:https://www.locationscout.net/czech-republic/5248-pravcicka-branaIt's the Prebisch Gate, from Czech Republic.Is it similar with what you know?
LOVE this photo!Hugs, Pam
Oooh, our horse looks like that, except he's only 15 hands and not used to pulling things unless there's food inside, LOLERin
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