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Westminster Abbey, London. (I love that some of the iconic images that are foreigners interpretations of London are here; which makes me think - were they Photoshopped on? The Red London buses, Red British phone boxes, now sadly defunct, and the iconic BMC 'Mini')

... torna as compras de Natal ainda mais especiais. // ... makes Christmas shopping even more special.

So relaxing! The English countryside. Only part of Europe, I'd really like to see,

England. I want to go see this place one day. Please check out my website thanks. www.photopix.co.nz

Was briefly obsessed with Big Ben when I was only five years old. Of course, it was the Carnaby Street era. I got Stacy, Barbie's British friend, for my 3rd birthday. She wore capes.

fish & chip shop. I've never had authentic fish 'n chips, but the stuff I've had is my absolute favorite. maybe someday.

England - Lymm, Manchester, Liverpool, St. Helens, Wimslow, Altrincham, Warrington, Knutsford, Cheadle, Leeds, Chester, Birmingham, Bath, Sherwood, London, Lands End, Shrewbury, Cotswalds, Plymouth,Dartmouth, Torquay, Dover, Warwick, Stoke-on-Trent, York, Southport, Blackpool

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bibury, arlington row, cotswolds; I want to be sitting right there, in 'quintessential' England, as they call it.

Naunton, in the Windrush valley, Gloucestershire, England. I could kick myself for not going to the Cotswolds.