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The Oldest Inn In England #WordlessWednesdayLinkUp

The Oldest Inn In England #WordlessWednesdayLinkUp.

Happy Wednesday Friends.

Thanks so much for joining us today for The Wordless or not so Wordless Wednesday Link Up!

Are you enjoying this beautiful weather?

We are.

It was like being on holidayΒ when we came out of the swimming bath last night, smelling of chlorine and suntan lotion.

No needΒ to go abroad, when the weather is this good.

It was so hot a 6 pmΒ too :).

The Oldest Inn In England
The Oldest Inn In England

What photos have you been taking over the last few weeks?

Do you want to share some here today with us?

The Oldest Inn In England

I have some photos to share that I took in Nottingham on a day out with my Husband.

Just next to Nottingham Castle. 

Apparently The Oldest Inn In England. Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem (Nottingham, est. 1189).

It was a real shame we were here early as it would have been lovely to go inside and have a drink.

Maybe next time.

The Oldest Inn In England

What a beautiful day.

Blue skies all around.

The Oldest Inn In England

Have you ever been to Nottingham and visited The Oldest Inn In England, Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem?

The Oldest Inn In England

Looks like just the kind of place I would love to see inside of too.

The Oldest Inn In England
The Oldest Inn In England #WordlessWednesdayLinkUp

The Oldest Inn In England #WordlessWednesdayLinkUp:

The Oldest Inn In England

The Oldest Inn In England: The Wordless or not so Wordless Wednesday Link Up Guidelines:

Please link up any blog posts with photos in them today.

These blog posts can be wordless or not so wordless, entirely up to you.

Please only link up and share family friendly blog posts here!

Please be kind enough link back to The Wednesday Link Up party in your posts to spread the word of this party.  

Share some midweek photo fun here today and please try to stop by a few of the blogs that have linked up here today.

Do not forget you can also tweet me any links you have added to the link up today to me over on Twitter (@clairejustineo) using the #Wednesdaybloghop or #WordlessWednesdayLinkUp hashtag and I will favourite, retweet and reply.

It would be great if you would follow along on any of my social media channels in some way?

Let me know if you decided to,  so I can follow you back.

Now over to you, what have you been snapping away at this week?

The Oldest Inn In England

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34 responses to “The Oldest Inn In England #WordlessWednesdayLinkUp”

  1. Morning Claire. What a shame you didn’t get to go in for a drink! It looks like such an interesting place – I love historic buildings. Hope you are having a good week xx Maria

  2. Carol says:

    What a beautiful place to visit. You’re so lucky to live in a place with beautiful landscapes, gardens, and historical buildings.

  3. Veronica Lee says:

    What a charming place! it would have been lovely to see the inside!

  4. rawsonjl says:

    That does look like a nice place to stop for a drink or a little cafe snack. And your pictures are so beautiful.

  5. We went inside when we visited many years ago! It is so cool to think the Crusaders drank there before heading off!

  6. Nancy says:

    Never been to Nottingham. I always keep hanging in the south!

  7. 15andmeowing says:

    Beautiful photos.

  8. csuhpat1 says:

    Wow, that is so cool. Thanks for sharing it with us. Very lovely. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful rest of the week.

  9. stevebethere says:

    Nice photos I like seeing old places like this

    I have only gone through Nottingham years ago didn’t actually stop anywhere.

    Have yeoldeintastic week Claire and thanks for bouncing by πŸ™‚

  10. I have to wonder if the same family is running it.
    Coffee is on

  11. Cheryl Shops says:

    What an adorable innβ€”I can’t believe it was built in 1192 and is still standing!
    Cheryl Shops | http://www.cherylshops.net

  12. XmasDolly says:

    HI & Happy Independence Day! I love your pictures and they’re so clear. What kind of camera do you have? I so need to get a new one! Love these pics & thanks for sharing! Have fun today, don’t eat too much & be careful… Woo Hoo I’m off to the Barb-Beeeeeeeeee now!

  13. Wow! Those blue skies are amazing! Such a shame you didn’t get to go in. Looks like an interesting place and very pretty too.

  14. Claire, that is so cool! I would love to visit a place like that. Maybe some day I will make my way to England!

    Shelbee
    http://www.shelbeeontheedge.com

  15. thestylesplash says:

    I’ve been to Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem a few times, fascinating place.

    Emma xxx
    http://www.style-splash.com

  16. handmadejewelryhaven says:

    Looks lovely! Another Save to ‘Must Visit Places’ folder!

    Thank you for sharing!

    – Lisa

  17. mummabstylish says:

    These are great, clear photos – looks like an interesting pub! Thanks for hosting. Jacqui Mummabstylish

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