On to the trip, we left last Friday and thanks to my lovely sister-in-law, we got to leave our cars at her house and only take 1 car for all of us to the airport. The flight over was pretty good and I slept most of the time and felt great Saturday morning! After a quick airport breakfast (it was now mid-morning) we headed up to the village Hubby lived in before moving to the states (for those that did not know Hubby's family is from England, and both he and my SIL were born their). The traffic on the M-something (I forget which one there are so many) was bad, that we got off on some side roads.....
We got to the village in the afternoon and took a walk around to see the sites.Here is Hubby in front of his first school!
How amazing does this all look?
Sunflowers for me
before walking by Hubby's old house!
Then it was back to the house of our wonderful hosts Jill and Ian (Hi since you mentioned you have read the blog!) to relax and enjoy some more amazing homemade food, like this WONDERFUL bread that they kept making because we kept eating it all!!
Sunday afternoon we went to a pub for a lovely Sunday Roast dinner, including all you could eat veggies, and my FAVORITE Yorkshire puddings!
Hubby made fun of me for just taking a picture of the "pudding" but I love these things! Hubby and I then shared a Treacle tart. Yes this does not look that good but believe me it is AWESOME, but not good for you at all. So glad hubby shared it (and actually ate at least half)!
That covers part one of our trip, thanks again to Jill and Ian for being so wonderful hosts!