Tuesday, May 22, 2012

A Palace Fit for a Princess

Don't you want to live in one of these Grand Palaces? I sure do, if only for a day. I would bring a sparkly ball-gown and twirl down the halls lighted by crystal chandeliers.... what would you do?






















Stay Beautiful!
xoxo,
Elizabeth


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    1. Thanks! And thank you for stopping by and leaving me a comment!
      Have a beautiful day!
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  2. So beautiful! I think I need to expand my vacation dreams list! xo

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    1. I know, right?? Me too! Thanks for commenting, Annemarie! How is your day going?
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  3. Aw wow...I am mesmerized. Thanks for posting this, it brought so much imagination to my day. I love ancient castles and these are exquisite!

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    1. Thanks so much Sam! I can't get enough of mansions and old castles either... Hence the post. Thanks so much for leaving me a comment!
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  4. Sure thing! I'd take a week or a month :)

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  5. Omg! These are amazing! The one on the edge of a cliff is ridiculous!!

    xx
    Giovanna
    www.oliveandanarrow.com

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    1. Thanks Giovanna! It's lovely of you to stop by and leave me a comment. And I love that one too!
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  6. STUNNING post! I say we all go! =) I'm IN LOVE with that crown fountain! So so beautiful & perfectly fit for a Princess! =) Have a beautiful day, Sweetheart! XO

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    1. Here here! I second the motion! Thanks Veronika for commenting.
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  7. I am a sucker for things like this! I LOVE the first one! I just love to think about all of the history that these places have seen. Of course, the people who lived in these castles lived in such an uncertain time so I am not quite sure I would have wanted to live in them when they were being used as houses. Just think of Henry VIII and his wives that he beheaded. Sheesh. Definitely uncertain times! But still, they are gorgeous!

    Amy

    fashionandbeautyfinds.blogspot.com

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    1. I know what you mean! Not the greatest of times for sure!
      It's lovely meeting you Amy! And thanks for taking the time to leave me a comment!
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  8. Magic!!!! Love this post.....

    xx Fesi

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    1. Thanks, Fesi! I'm so glad you stopped by! Have a beautiful day!
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  9. Love that dress! Great post and pictures! Hope you will visit my blog too! Let me know if you want to follow each other!

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    1. Hey Brandi! I love your blog... count me as your newest follower! Please don't feel pressure to follow me if you don't want. But I really appreciate you stopping by, honey!
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  10. Oh I'd dress up and have a ball...
    and will probably leave at midnight.
    I don't think I'd stay to sleep in any of those
    although I have to admit those are real gorgeous palaces
    but I love my own bed.

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    1. A ball! What a great idea! Why didn't I think of that?! You're a genius Anne! I would probably just bring my bed with me, but I understand what you mean. Sleeping in one of those old mansions would be kind of creepy too, come to think of it. But they sure are beautiful!
      Have a wonderful day!
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  11. Thanks for your comment dear!

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    1. Oh you're very welcome! I've just fallen in love with your blog, I look forward to every new post!
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    1. Thanks Megan! You're so sweet to leave me a comment, thank you!
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