A sneak peek (Woodhall Spa & Lincoln road trip).

5.2.12

Last Thursday and Friday Jonathan and I took a mini road trip to Woodhall Spa in Lincolnshire and on our way home we popped into the centre of Lincoln. It was a great trip and we both fully adore Woodhall Spa now.  What a wonderful place. If you live there I'm certainly very jealous.

The great thing was it didn't take long to get there at all so we had plenty of time to see the things we had on our list, and thanks to the recommendations of the people we stayed with we saw a few extra things too.

I've got plenty of photos to share with you but in the meantime here's a video I put together. I hope you enjoy it!

Woodhall Spa/Lincoln road trip. from Victoria Jackson on Vimeo.


(The music is from The Artist soundtrack. If you haven't seen this film I suggest you go. Immediately!)

12 comments:

♡Laura. said...

I am from Lincoln! :)
Glad you had a lovely time xx

Sparkly Flamingo said...

Brilliant video! Love the music :-) x

Laura said...

I live near there, it's a lovely place. Glad you had a nice time :) xx

Lady Oracle said...

I live in Lincoln! Glad you enjoyed your visit!

Rachael said...

aw it looks so cute, the music goes so well! x

Gemma said...

Great video. I've never been to Woodhall Spa but went to university in Lincoln and love the place if I had my way I would move back there.

Sophie said...

I love these little videos you do - so cute. Looks like you had a wondeful time :) x

Hannah said...

Looks absolutely lovely! Glad you had a good time!
x

Diane said...

Thats great! PS the brecelets arrived and they are beautiful. many thanks. They are for my boys girlfriend for valentines day. xxxx

Rosie [a rosie outlook] said...

Love the video, looks like you had loads of fun! Can't wait to see all your photos :) xxx

Kate said...

Aww, I went to lincoln uni and graduated in the cathedral, such a pretty place! Luckily I dont live too far from there now so still visit there regularly. Glad you enjoyed your Lincolnshire trip!
x

P Cox said...

Cute Video! What kind of camera or setting are you using?