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Travel Blogs from Bowness-on-Windermere
... after and we took a drive to Windermere for more photos and a quick walk. Everything combined to create some great scenery, the setting sun making golden the high fields, and the leave-less woods and trees. Roads and fields in the area, as well as many streams and paths were bordered by chest high stone walls that wandered as high as the snow line. Came back to see Wordsworth's grave at Grasmere's St Oswolds. Then went to buy some food from the supermarket for ...
... filled with hay) wake up on the wrong side (chamber pot was always kept on one side of the bed) put your foot in it (stepping into the chamber pot). Shakespeare was buried in front of the altar at the church. Weather was good in Stratford. There had been some frost but no snow and the temperature quickly rose above freezing. Had a Roast Pork Bap in the Henley Road marketplace. The ...
... of calm. Malc upstairs going through his collection of sunglasses, probably, Dan playing with his camera, Catherine buttering her toast... As I had come in like a ninja, due to my martial arts background, I met Daniel in the front room and shared my stress for "running late"... Thankfully calmness was not broken, Dan was a little bewildered, and like a true bug brother reassured me that we had plenty of time. We loaded up the car and now on our way to the big ...
... The only disappointment for me was the fact that I noticed a large amount of the products on sale were not necessarily sourced locally and perhaps for example the jams and chutneys or chocolates and snacks on offer could have been supplied from businesses a little more Cumbrian .
Every time I visit the Lake District I seem to find more and more places that I want to go that I ‘m going to have to start compiling a list to ...
We packed up and cleaned the cottage for the next lucky visitors. Once the cars were full, we followed Nick and Barbara to Coniston. This village sits on Coniston Lake, which has been the site of some history. Back in the 1930's through the 60's, a father and son duo broke the world speed record on water at this lake. It is the longest straightest, deepest, unobstructed body of water in the Lake District, which made it the perfect choice for speed. First, in the late ...
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