Wednesday, 20 February 2019

WOYWW 507: On My Travels


This will be short and sweet although I could bore you all with hundreds of photos of our holiday in Romania visiting #2 son. My desk shot is of the game of Monopoly that we played yesterday evening as I bought absolutely no craft supplies with me (shock).  If you visit Julia at The Stamping Ground you will find far more crafty desks to peruse.
I will show you a few of the sights that we've seen so far so you can stop reading now if you are not that interested lol.
Bran Castle: home to Vlad the Impaler

The Castle courtyard

The bread comes in all sizes.

A bookshop in old town Bucharest over 5 floors

I won't have much time to visit this week I'm afraid, but see you all next week for certain.
Airbnb in Brasov

A selection from the bakery for breakfast.

21 comments:

Helen said...

ooh yum to the food! just had a minimal breakfast so it looks very appealing to me! Great pics - LOVE the library! Enjoy your trip. Helen #1

Claire said...

Gorgeous photos, Sarah - and that bread! That bookshop! I'd be in heaven :)
Happy WOYWW!
Claire no. 2

Sylvia/LittleTreasures said...

Oh Sarah what a fun visit. I love all your photos. And happy you are able to visit your son. I wanted to visit Romania, Czech Republic, area when I visited my son in Germany a few years back. But we had a full schedule. We did visit a great book shop and the food was awesome. Have fun Safe travels.

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Hi Sarah, had no idea you could get a round monopoly board, looks great fun and glad you’re enjoying your hols. Happy WOYWW. 😊
Shaz in Oz.x #4

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Ooh, I'm interested all right - I love seeing other people's travel pics, especially when they're of areas that I doubt I'll ever get to in person. How come your son's in Romania? The bakery selection looks gorgeous, I can smell it from here, lol!
Hugs LLJ 8 xxx

Neet said...

Who could not resist a peek at the Romania photographs! Gorgeous, thanks - love the bread selection and the bakery order has made me hungry. I never imagined a bookstore like that - how wonderful.
Have a great time and safe journey back.
Hugs Neet xx7

shazsilverwolf said...

Hi Sarah, some fabulous photos. Vlads castle! How marvellous. Love the bookshop, and the bakery shots. Have a lovely week, Hugs, Shaz #15 X

J said...

Hi Sarah, great photos, what a brilliant book store, I love looking at assorted breads, some aren't as tasty as they look I must say but your breakfast selection looks very tempting.
Enjoy your week
Jan no18

StampinCarol said...

What a wonderful holiday! And love your photos! Have a great week!
Carol N #21

Stacy Sheldon said...

HI Sarah, oh my word that must have been an amazing trip so far. Love the desk and swooned over that book store and smiled over the other shots. :) I love seeing things like this they are so far from me, chances are pretty high I will not visit them in person. thanks for sharing, ~Stacy #23

Diana Taylor said...

Love the photos, the bookshop looks wonderful - I think I could spend all day in there! Enjoy the rest of your stay and I can almost smell that bread from here - yummy!
Diana x #14

Julia Dunnit said...

Oh it looks as if you’re having an amazing trip, what a fab surprise! That bookshop is just amazing, and do you know, I didn’t know that Monopoly is now played on a round board!! Look forward to more photos.

Sue said...

Sarah, Looks like a beautiful area.

The food looks fab.

Safe journey home.

Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Happy WOYWW
Sue #12

Felix the Crafty Cat said...

Hi Sarah, loving the photos and the food looks scrummy. Have a lovely woyww, Angela x13x

Kathryn Frantz said...

Wow! Thanks for sharing! I love seeing other parts of the world!

Heather Marshall said...

Hi Sarah, hope you are having a great time visiting your son. I used to love visiting the local bookstore when I was a young girl, but sadly it closed down when I was in my twenties, so my daughters never got that pleasure. Thanks for stopping by earlier, and have a lovely week Heather x #17

Mrs.D said...

Hi Sarah, hope you are having a fabulous time in Romania, your pics bring back wonderful memories. Enjoy the bread and wine, but stay away from the local firewater!
Bless you for sharing
Chris

Marit said...

My mouth waters Sarah, seeing all that gorgeous tasty bread... I LOVE all sorts of bread! Funny to see a circle-monopoly (I only know square play boards) Vlad's castle looks interesting... I hope you didn't got bitten... Thanks for stopping by my blog yesterday, have a great day. Love from Holland, Marit #16

Lindart said...

Your trip looks amazing! How could that castle belong to anyone else but Vlad the Impaler? Bread - I can practically smell that bakery, I could live on bread and cheese alone. And wine. Your breakfast choices look awesome! Thanks for your visit, sorry I'm late - work Wednesday, & bed rest yesterday, so that I can work today! Have a great week, Lindart #25

Kelly said...

That does it. I want to become your personal traveling companion. LOL I'd love to visit Romania. Thanks for sharing your non-crafty pictures and taking time to stop by my studio. Creative Blessings and Safe Travels.. Kelly #20

AliWade said...

Happy Very Belated WOYWW. Romania looks like a fabulous place to visit, especially for me - who loves bread, castles and book shops! Ali x #26