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" Welcome to my house . Come freely . Go safely ; and leave something of the happiness you bring . "
 
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Be exciting to put a new roof on those houses...

Would have been exciting to lay their stone foundations...

Kinda the opposite of the hobbit hole.
 
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I think they built the houses on flat ground and by some magic tricks of technology known as fotoshope they ended up along that cliff.
 
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That's not a place you want to walk home from when the bars close.
 
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On the left - below the blue bay windows . Is that an add-on ? Perhaps a guest house .
 
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I think it is! Must have been a thrill to build the floor.
 
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