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.
You can read about Cotehele here.
I am joining the blog hop with Sandee at Comedy Plus.
Nice photos Jackie LQQKS quaint too :-)Have a Calstocktastic week 👍
Cotehele House is beautiful and the history is most interesting.
What a long family history is this beautiful house. I love it that it doesn't have electricity. That's way cool.Love the grounds and the tapestries. Wow.Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Jackie. ♥
Wow. There are so many places i'd love to see, and i add more all of the time.
amazing... wish we would live there...
It's hard for me to imagine a home some 600 years old - this is the kind of place I would love to visit one day.
Cotehele House is beautiful!Stunning photos, Jackie!
WOW...what an absolutely STUNNING place!Hugs, Pam
I will happily take up residence in "the maid's room" ... fascinating history and such beauty. Often wonder how (and why) so many rooms were needed for living space way back then ...
That is one big house!
Impressive subjects! I have no idea how it looks inside, but I love the second image with that bridge.Thank you for sharing these.Happy WW!
Cotehele House is so beautiful! Happy Thanksgiving! :) <3
What a cool old manor! And still no electricity! What a lovely historic area. I would so love to ramble around. |Thanks for sharing!
I would love to explore that house. XO
That is an incredibly beautiful house, although it looks more like a mansion to us. Mom would really love to explore inside.Happy Thanksgiving.Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber
Looks interesting. I would love to explore the mansion and the surroundings. Have a great day.
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