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Nov 11, 2011 10:23 AM CST
Name: Janet
Near Lincoln UK
You have been busy C! I love the old buildings in southern France, I have been a couple of times just driving around and enjoying the scenery which I found awesome! The architecture is amazing, the horizons are very much bigger than I see where I live. I love to be able to see great distances, and I love hills and mountains. Ideally I would be living on a hill with a great plain below, in a climate which was neither too hot nor too cold! Hilarious!

We have a lot of very old buildings in Lincoln too, the cathedral was started somewhere around the 10th century, some burnt down and it was finally finished in the 12th century. There are many buildings around it with a similar age, and some a little younger as the city developed down the hill. There's an original Tudor building over a canal running through Lincoln which is a coffee house.

It's not so easy to get photos though as everything is so close, the cathedral is so big you feel like an ant next to it!

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