On our way to Aylesbury we stopped to have lunch in Flitton at the White Hart. If you are in the neighbourhood, do pop-in, it is really worth your visit.
The wedding at Dorton House. The reason for our visit.
The newly weds
Had to share this picture. Quaint little bag!
A typical rainy afternoon. Luckily it only rained for a little while.
A double rainbow. Don’t see that often.
Day 3 – travelling back home!!
We visited Berkhemsted Castle
On the castle grounds you see this lovely 19th century custodian cottage.
Remains of the castle walls.
A narrowboat on the canal through Berkhamsted.
I absolutely loved Berkhamsted. This historic town is situated in the west of Hertfordshire. I really could live there! It is definitely worth a second visit.
We also visited Brighton on the coast of East Essex. Had a quick walk through the centre trying to find Ship Street.
Yes, this is Brighton Pier.
We needed to visit Brighton as a Steamer Trading Cookshop is located there and, so far as we know, you can get the ice-cube tray’s that hubby loves. They are stackable! I have to admit, so that you know, hubby is little peculiar about his ice-cubes .
Looking forward to our next trip to the UK.