10.6.08

The side of the Villa

hermesvilla


29 May 08


This part of the villa caught my eye. It is separated from the main manor, each on the left and right of the structure.


Below, supposedly a working fountain, too bad that day it wasn't...notice how the plants are trimmed btw.

hermes gardens

15 comments :

  1. I absolutely adore this part of the villa. It looks so tranquil and very relaxing. I love the garden too. Nice.

    Is the place for sale? Hehe :D

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  2. looks like you have all the photos to share here. it's like really being there.

    i love the structures. they look so detailed that almost every part of it was well designed.

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  3. I am so envious of European architecture. I wonder whether I would be lucky enough to see these in person.

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  4. Geeeaaaah! (sound of jealousy) So jealous you've got to see that with your naked eye. I LOVE the architecture photos you post here, so awesome! :)

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  5. I wonder who lives here, it looks very grand!

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  6. I love this part of the villa! The colors and how peaceful it looked. I wonder what is this side for.

    [:

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  7. Forgive me for the lack of information...I sometimes blog at around 11pm and I would just fell asleep...Hubby would wake me up to ask if I'm finished and when I recall I haven't written anything, I do try a sentence or two like this =D I'd try to add more info next time.

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  8. Panaderos, being hidden from public, it really is tranquil, I think the government has no plans of selling this national heritage, sayang ba? bilhin mo?

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  9. Dong, I admire them too (workers) not only for this kinds of architecture, even the small stores around here are well-constructed to the very minute detail.

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  10. Maria, there are still lots that I haven't seen, lets go about the EU if you want...but I have 3 kids along...=D

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  11. Lara, I bet you're been there too? Thanks!

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  12. Chica, I laughed at your reaction lol! C'mon, you got wonderful sceneries there in Idaho that I doubt I would even see....lets exchange views!

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  13. As of now, it is used as a museum Kris, but the empress Elizabeth and perhaps her heir used it.

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  14. Kyels, sorry, I got no time to ask, it is an adjacent part of the Manor, I was guessing this is for the guests perhaps...

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