Hello dear readers,
here is my second Bath-post, this time about the very nice Jane Austen Centre. As a great fan of Jane Austen I absolutely wanted to go there- and of course I really enjoyed.
Time for another time travel.
During one of our journeys through Great Britain, Neko and I made a pleasant stop at the famous Sherlock Holmes Museum in (where else? 😉 ) 221b Baker Street in London.
We read all the stories of the brilliant Detective (and also watched the series, both with Jeremy Brett and with Benedict Cumberbatch), so of course we HAD to take a look at his home.
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After my last entry about Pooh Country I want to show you two very cute and charming songs about the residents of the 100 acre wood.
The first one must be the oldest song about Winnie the Pooh and it always makes me want to snuggle with a fluffy Teddy Bear.
Time for a little excursion. This time to Pooh Corner in Hartfield, East Sussex.
I went there on my trip to South England last autumn, because it is the “birthplace” of one of my favourite children´s classic novels “Winnie the Pooh”.
After an one hour bus ride from Royal Tunbridge Wells through the beautifull countryside we arrived at the really nice and cute village Hartfield, were Pooh Corner was not to overlook.