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Discover South East England with A Glass of Ice

fashion and the city a glass of ice

Fashion & the City is a series of guest posts where I welcome bloggers to share their style and the place that influences them. Our guest for today is Teresa Maria from Outlandish Blog who takes us to the city of Tallinn in Estonia.

A Glass of Ice from South East England

Discovering South East England with Gabrielle


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This series of posts are an ode to places and bloggers. Basically outfits and shoots of bloggers that describe their hometown or the place they live in. This week is time to head to the South East of England to meet Gabrielle from the blog A Glass of Ice.

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A Glass of Ice x South East England



Blogger: Gabrielle from A Glass of Ice

Where: South East of England, UK

Gabrielle allows us to come back from our virtual tour in the States to spend some time (meaning this post) in England, more specifically on the South East side of the island. Having lived in Brighton for quite a long time I have to say I am more than happy to find someone who can explain to you better than me, how wonderful is the countryside there. Enjoy

“Hey! I’m Gabrielle and I’m based in the South of England, UK. I can usually be found with a camera in one hand and something edible in the other!

I would say the best thing about living in the South East (and England in general) is that nowhere is ever too far away. For example, the images you’re seeing now were taken on a spontaneous summer’s afternoon trip to Stourhead in Wiltshire. That’s a completely different county to the one I live in and yet the journey only took an hour or so by car!

Most tourists are understandably attracted to London and don’t worry, I won’t be trying to dissuade you from visiting! However, what you may not know is that England’s undeniably beautiful countryside, stately homes and historic sites can most often be accessed from the capital in less than a couple of hours by train. Spend the morning in the city and the afternoon in the countryside – it’s the best of both worlds!

My advice? If you’re making a quick stopover and are short of time, look online for landscaped gardens and/or castles to visit. Or if you’re really short of time, just ask me and I’ll do my best to help!

Happy travels! Gabrielle x”
Thank you Gabrielle for this lovely introduction to the South of England. I can relate and even though London is still my favourite city in Europe (and still I haven’t seen it all!) I have to say that the countryside and historic places around the capital are great alternatives. So, don’t forget to check the beautiful lifestyle blog A Glass of Ice and be ready for the next virtual travel!

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