March 17, 2013

Let's go to England!

It's that time again......our annual tour to England!

A small boutique tour with myself and friend, Sylvia Benjamin 
of England, guiding no more than 12 attendee's.

 We venture deep into the rural countryside of Dorset, the enchanted land of thatched cottages and gardens, cream teas and antique shopping, Thomas Hardy and Stonehenge.

We will visit gardens, renown and private
Viewing grand homes, a moated home and private thatched cottages

Antiquing through backroad villages and open air markets

And would you believe me if I told you the food is fabulous?! Every group says the same 'The food is wonderful!' 
 True, really......we know just where to go! 

And of course, the ever-present search..........

With limited space, we are first come, first served, with sign-ups already. Hoping you can join us!


England Itinerary, 2013, click HERE


  1. Sounds divine. Wish I could join...

    xo Terri

  2. Debra,
    Someday, maybe. Meanwhile I'll enjoy your posts on the adventure.

  3. Debra, I swear if it didn't' fall over the opening of school here I would be calling me mother to arrange a girls trip. I am determined to make the next one, this is on my short term bucket list and by golly I am going to make it happen in 2014! When will you announce those trips/dates? Sounds like SUCH fun!

  4. Debra, wish i was going with sounds wonderful...maybe one day!

  5. Debra,

    Oh how I wish I were able to go on this trip. Dorset is an absolutely lovely. I was there once many years ago and fell in love with the whole area.

  6. Tom Hardy, the hot hot actor from "Bronson"? Honey, I'm there!


  7. How exciting I always love living vicariously through your pictures. This morning I spent some time over at Loi's blog and enjoyed all of his beautiful images from his trip to London. I know you will have a marvelous time.
    PS new sofa and rug post is up today. I love my new sofa!! xo

  8. Hi, Debra -
    I bet you know all the best places!!! Wish I could go. We'd have so much fun. Just came back, and sadly, no money left :(
    And I have to agree: love the food there! Especially Indian cuisine.

  9. I wish, I wish, I wish, I wish...
    Have fun without me!



  10. Now this is the trip for a few years. We are taking the kids to England this summer, but it won't be like this. This is the perfect way to travel for adults. Do you offer container services for all of that shopping? Silly me, I'll click over and read the details.

  11. My friend, Linda at Calling It Home recommended I check out your site and I am so happy I did. This sounds like a wonderful trip and I am very much looking forward to looking through past posts. Thanks Linda for the recommendation and it's so nice to "meet" you, Debra!

  12. Debra, I WILL take you up on this trip someday….my little one starts school (big girl school) that week and I cannot in good conscience go. I have to say reading the itinerary and thinking of the delightful time I know would be had makes me a bit wanderlusty. Promise more trips in the future PLEASE!!!!
    Happy Sunday my friend,


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