Thornbury is the only Tudor castle in England that operates as a hotel, and guests may lose their heads over the 16th-century dining hall draped with tapestries and armor, wine from the 500-year-old castle vineyard, and stone-walled bedchambers complete with four-poster beds and roaring fireplaces.
Lovin' red for... Canada Day! - Funky Junk Interiors
cute mitts by Canada Cool Strawberry cheesecake bites by Oh She Glows sweet faded pillow at Helk At Designs Etsy Adorable Canadian banner at Simple As That Coolest Canadian shirt I ever laid eyes on by Workman Family Beaver cupcakes by Wild Flowers Berry and yogurt parfait by Meet the Dubiens Strawberry inspired cake by […]
The view from my old room... King's College in Old Aberdeen, Scotland is a formerly independent university founded in 1495 and an integral part of the University of Aberdeen. Its historic buildings are the centrepiece of the University of Aberdeen's Old Aberdeen campus, often known as the King's or King's College campus.