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This travelogue is going to feature three things: the real man, the make-believe man and his movie, and the castle. For me the castle is as important as the other two, and maybe more so.
To set the stage we will first look at the main man who helped cement the second man’s stardom and put a long–neglected national landmark on the map.
Edward I was top gun in England in the late 1200s, two and a ...
... Haggis and mash tatoes and parsnip. Briony had Nachos. ha ha. The Haggis has a crispy texture whilst it looked like mash potato with a brown meaty colour. The spices were delicious and the oats gave it some depth. I personally really enjoyed it Briony didn't even mind the little taste she had. Once you get over what goes in it, you will be pleasantly surprised. Tasted better than anything i have ever cooked. After lunch we sat at the park and watched the ...
... along the main travel route. Various areas of activity in designated parklands provide hours of fun for families with things like ziplining, hiking, boating, fishing ... it truly is lovely.
We have lunch at Keswick and strike gold with a Guinness & Ale Pie that is ALMOST as good as the one we had in Wales.
We then head west to the seaside through Cockermouth ...
... Each tour is led by a guide, in character, who brings to life the
history of the closes and rooms of the Old Town. A worthwhile place to visit.
I spent the rest of the afternoon in the hotel bar, catching up on some computer jobs and
watching the comings and goings of the hotel. A band arrived from Chicago with
their luggage and instruments. They later performed on a street corner to
promote their performances.
... Hence the 'figures' clue). It starts Mon 27/1 for an initial contract of three months. There's a team of about 12 so it's a big, on-going job.
Let's hope it won't end then... I have been told SW tend to keep the 'good ones' so who knows...
So, sorry if the 'cryptic clues' were really **** but I had fun! LOL!
And excuse the punctuation all the sticklers out there - I'm lazy...
Love to all - and miss you!
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