Saturday, 23 August 2014

Retrospectives - William's Shakespeare's Birthplace, New Place and Nash's House

Retrospectives - Looking back at old memories to bring the past into the future.

Two more houses on our Shakespeare houses tour.  This time it is William Shakespeare's Birthplace and  New Place and Nash's House.  William Shakespeare himself lived here.  While we were visiting archaeological excavations were being undertaken in the grounds.


























Amy

22 comments:

  1. Beautiful, we had a wander out the front as we couldn't afford to go in at the time. Thanks for showing me round x

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  2. Another amazing place to visit! It's beautiful and so fun to see historical like that.

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  3. A beautiful tour, it brought back some truly wonderful memories.

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  4. I know I visited here on our school trip but I don't remember it at all. I'd love to go back now and tour all these beautiful houses.

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  5. Lovely pictures Amy another place I would love to visit. :)

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  6. I'd love to see it in person, such a beautiful place with a wonderful history.
    Meredith

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  7. I used to take this all for granted when I lived in the UK....I miss seeing buildings that hold so much history.
    Jane x

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  8. That is quite a house. I wonder if they realized the beauty or was it just "home". LOL

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  9. What an incredibly special place to visit - something I hope to do too, one day. xxx

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  10. Oh Amy, another beautiful place with so much history. I so enjoy your posts and your photos, I feel like I am living vicariously through you :)

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  11. I really enjoyed seeing this house. That old tree in the first photo is especially fascinating to me; I wonder how old it might be! Very, I'd guess.

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  12. Another wonderful tour, thank you xcx

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  13. you are so lucky! Loved the photos and the arbor one is just stunning. I love seeing the gardens and knowing that they've been there for ages.

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  14. Again, I am amazed how well everything is preserved... So lovely.. Cultural heritage is so important !

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  15. It's so beautiful and in such good condition. Somewhere I'd love to visit and try and imagine what had happened there in the past. Thanks for sharing you lovely pictures. CJ xx

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  16. The old tree is amazing and I love the sculpture, thank you for the tour x

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  17. Really interesting and beautiful pics Amy ard amazing! Thanks by the tour dese!:)

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  18. The gardens in this post are just stunning!!! And how fantastic that they were doing digs when you were here! I would feel so excited just to know that I was actually standing where Shakespeare once had!!! I hope you are well friend.....beautiful photos!! Nicole xoxo

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  19. It's amazing to think Shakespeare actually lived there, you must have been so excited walking around the grounds! The house looks stunning, such detail. Thanks once again for the tour. :)

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  20. Great photos of the Tudor houses. Enjoyed looking at them. Thanks for sharing :)

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  21. I love seeing these photographs of history.

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