St, Winifred's Hotel
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... and where it should be kept. Since her death in 1946 the house has been kept the untouched. The house is full of original paintings Beatrix Potter has painted of the surrounding area. There is also a number of original sketches of rabbits and other animals from her books. Unfortunately we weren't allowed to take any photos inside the house. We then went for a drive ...
... is also well known for being Mr Darcy's house in the Keira Knightly version of Pride and Prejudice. Once we entered the grounds there was a hold up on the road with the sheep crossing to the next paddock. We also saw some deer on the drive in. We wondered through the house looking at the artwork and a number of rooms including the main ...
... br> The bad and the ugly
There is obviously a market for less than attractive looking B&B/hotel accommodation as the amount of 'No Vacancies' signs suggest that people will stop just about anywhere. The seafront at Blackpool is littered with these places along with tatty looking bars, chip shops and rock shops. I guess this is the traditional British seaside experience - something that we should not lose completely - but it could look a whole lot better. ...
... realized how small this town is! There wasn't actually a train station, just a platform on which the train drops you off at. We started walking towards the city centre, which had us a little concerned due to the fact that all the restaurants and stores seemed to be closed. It took us about 30 minutes to find a restaurant that was open, and sounded decent. One the way to the station I don't think ...
... sold everything except wellies and the trendy young salesman was very sniffy when I asked for them. I had the same experience everywhere I looked. Shops in the Lake District clearly think that anyone who wears wellies to walk in is definitely a second class citizen. I don't know where the farmers go for their wellies but eventually I gave up and I now struggle to put on my walking boots even for the smallest walk into the countryside.