You never forget how to ride a bike. Or do you? The Fylde Coast in Lancashire is a very flat part of the country with many quiet country lanes and a coastal path making it ideal for cycling. We bought bikes when we retired. Now they say that you never forget how to ride a Read more about The Wheels on the Bike go Round and Round.[…]
Rufford: The Great Hall Rufford Old Hall is a National Trust Property in Rufford, Lancashire. Built in 1530 for Sir Robert Hesketh, only the Great Hall (pictured here) survives from the original structure. Like many places in this part of Lancashire, Rufford Hall has its fair share of ghosts. It is reputedly haunted by Read more about RUFFORD OLD HALL: Built of Wood in the 16th Century[…]
I hope you’ll agree there are plenty of signs here for this week’s Black & White Photo Challenge :Signs Thanks as always to Cee for her Black & White Challenge.
Stopped dead in our tracks by a single yellow shoe! Portugal is well known for producing the most wonderful handmade shoes. This yellow shoe really caught our eye as we meandered past the tiny boutique-style shop in a narrow cobbled street in old Lisbon. Our meandering stopped immediately. Inside the little shop was an Aladdin’s Read more about Shoes usually come in Pairs (unless they’re Yellow)[…]
For this week’s CB&W Challenge I’m back in the medieval walled city of Mdina. Whilst its history can be traced back 4,000 years, most of what you see today dates from the 16th century There is a surprise around every corner: sometimes a Cathedral, a Carmelite Priory, a Grand Palazzo, an ice-cream parlour. This time Read more about A Piazza in Mdina, Malta’s Silent City[…]