Sunday, 4 September 2016

#MySundayPhoto Number 36

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#MySundayPhoto Number 36 is of Bear playing in the grounds of the magnificent Dyffryn House in the Vale of Glamorgan. We are frequent visitors to this gem which is managed by the National Trust. They have so many volunteers that the grounds are just beautiful.

We have visited the house but only without Bear. The house doesn't open until 12 midday and we like to go early and get back home for Bear's afternoon nap. Maybe in the winter when it's a bit cold Bear will do a tour of the house.
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  1. What a lovely old property! It's funny, whenever we go to NT places the one place we never seem to go in to is the actual house itself ...

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    1. We usually have to go back to see the house.

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  2. What a wonderful building and gourgous grounds by the look of things too

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  3. I swear I was English in a previous lifetime! I love an old English manor. Looking forward to next summer when we will spend two weeks in London and another month touring the rest of the UK.

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  4. Oh I remember the days of being tied down to nap times. Hope you get to do the full tour when this is no longer the case. Certainly looks like an impressive place to visit. #MySUndayPhoto

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  5. What a stunning building and beautiful gardens.

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  6. It certainly looks like a beautiful place to spend a few hours exploring. Lovely photo x

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  7. Wow what a grand looking building.

    Thank you for linking up

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  8. What a really beautiful place to visit. National Trust do such a great job x

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  9. So much to explore :) Hope you get to visit inside too.

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  10. It looks like a fab place to visit. We have the same trouble with the afternoon nap at the mo and normally always leave before the historic houses open - thank goodness the gardens and grounds are so stunning.

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  11. That looks a fantastic place to visit.....Such a stunning building x

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  12. Great shot! Looks like a great place to go. Bear looks tiny in comparison! Must be massive. #MySundayPhoto

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  13. Great shot! Looks like a great place to go. Bear looks tiny in comparison! Must be massive. #MySundayPhoto

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  14. Oh that is beautiful, I really need to visit more national trust properties x

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  15. I had to work hard to spot him.
    I'm also a morning visitor to places. So it's really annoying when places only open in the afternoons

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  16. I always wonder at the life style the people that built the house to live in must have had, not to mention the money they must have had, these places must have cost millions. I think the outside is probably suited better to Bear any way. #MySundayPhoto

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  17. Love that he is showing how massive the house is =) #mysundayphoto

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