Monday, January 23, 2012


  This estate was built 300 years ago, it was from my MIL's side of the family, as it was very abandoned and there are frescoes, paintings on the walls that were also restored by professional curators that work on antique art work paintings and the owners, my Sil and Bil went through the difficult  task of having it restored.  There are also many beautiful things that I guess the family did to the hacienda while they lived there for many years. The buildings adjacent to the old hacienda were barns that later became living quarters as the family grew.  Now most of the original heirs are dead and their children and great-grands live in the capital, or other city's. 

 Here is the entry to the gorgeous 300 year old home.
 Everything you see here has not been touched since, not the center patio, or the open porch floors.
 I just love the open porches of the house.

 The paths are all with this river stones as they were originally.
An old trees

Thank you for coming to visit my friends.  See you next time.

I will be linking to the following parties and I want to thank all the lovely and sweet hostesses for having me.

Have a wonderful week my friends.  Lots of hugs.

Marty's 100th. Tabletop Tuesday at:
Tea Time Tuesday at:
Tea Cup Tuesday at:
Trish for Tea Party Tuesday at:
Nifty Thrifty Tuesday at:
Your Cozy Home Party at:
Knick of Time Tuesday at:
Wow Us Wednesday at:
What's It Wednesday at:
Bunny Hop Party at:
Outdoor Wednesday at:
Rednesday at:
Tablescape Thursday at:
Vintage Thingie Thursdays at:
Inspiration Friday at:
Feathered Nest Friday at:  http://frenchcountrycottage.blogspot.con/
Potpourri Friday at:
Beverly's Pink Saturday at:
Seasonal Sunday at: