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It's too much all this chocolate, need to go for a walk up the hill and then back down again just pausing for another chocolate. Thank you Joyce...Sue
Love this building. Took a long time to do the puzzle for some reason........I think it was the scent of chocolate wafting through the air & imagining I'm enjoying sampling everything & loving the interior of this shop!! LOL Thanks Sue!! :)))(Time, 9:57!!!!!)
Oh the temptation of chocolate. Apparently you can order on line but I won't get tempted think I'll stick to the chunky Kit-Kat bar I sometimes have with a cup of coffee. Great looking olde worlde building. Thanks 48...Sue
great puzzle Sue - I enjoy the stone and the windows with their stark white framework. Wouldn't mind browsing the inside myself. thanks!
Hi Denise, I think you and I could spend sometime looking around and chocolate gazing, yummy. Thanks...Sue
I do too sue. It has character and it has chokkies, so what more can you have.:-)Thank you very much, a lovely puzzle.
Just looked on the web site, now I want chocolate!!! The only bit of history is the house: 'our 1657 Chocolate House is believed to have been built in the 1630?s, originally as a private home in Kendal'. Still it's sells nice things which people enjoy and I like the old fashion look to the shop. Thanks kevin...Sue
Why do I get the impression that the "Famous 1657 Chocolate" is mostly marketing self-imagery? Their web site doesn't give much reason for 1657 or fame ?? But a good puzzle anyway, with the variety of stone. Thanks, Sue -- kevin