While in Oxford, my companions and I took a day-trip in our hire-car and ventured to Blenheim Palace. This place was the best example of ingenious garden planning I had yet seen. The grounds were a wonderful example of rolling hills and greenery – typical of English countryside, but a fabrication entirely designed and strategic! Bridges across lakes and walkways just the right level of overgrown made this section of the gardens a must see.
Kudos goes to my Dad who had been here before and knew to walk this way – basically, take a right off the main walk up to the official palace building and you’ll hit a patch of what looks to be taller greenery with a set of stairs leading down. What is at the bottom was worth the extra walk.
Well, that’s it for today – something very different from yesterday’s Venice memories! Have a great day everyone 😉