Thursday, May 8, 2008

A home at the end of the world


I’m a big city girl by birth and at heart.
But if I weren’t, I'd spend my life living in this house.
And which one would be yours?

7 comments:

Caren42 said...

Ich komme mit! Auf der anderen Seite gibt es doch sicherlich Seeblick, oder? Das muss nun noch sein! :))

Liebe Grüße!!!

PS: Ich bin in einer Phase, die man nicht mit "gesprächig" bezeichnen kann, es gibt zu viel zu bedenken und beachten. Als Steinbock kennst du sowas ja. Sagt der Stier :D

Björn said...

Dann konkurrieren wir wohl ums Haus :-) Oder einigen uns. Außerdem nehme ich noch gerne das Haus in Kanada.

tangobaby said...

Oooh! What a fun idea to ponder. I'll have to get back to you on this.

But in the meantime, will you still be able to get to the milongas? You might need a little plane to go with your dream house.

;-)

Miss Tango said...

I could not decide which one I want...I want all of them!

Alex said...

I'll have to go with the Tuscan villa, too. My "dream" house is a Tuscan villa/contemporary minimalist collision with Spanish colonial hacienda overtones.

msHedgehog said...

I like the Norwegian one with the reflections. So cold, but so quiet.

La Tanguerita said...

Caren, Björn, Alex:-)
this house is huge – there is lots of room for everyone. No need to fight:-)
Miss tango,
Why don’t we split our time between 'em all? Winter in Savoyer Bergen, sommer in Ahrenshoop and from time to time a side trip to the country in the Laurentides.
TB
in such a big house...there is bound to be a room for a decent milonga, don’t you think?
MsHedgehog,
it doesn't seem so cold to me, but very small. Somehow touching.