White Lion Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Bell. A real drinkers pub where me made two friends ( see pics). It was so light and it felt strange. It didn't get dark till after 10:30! We decided to get a take away pizza and drove back to eat it at our pitch. Then went for a short walk in the castle grounds before going to bed. It was so quiet and still we slept really ...
... for the pristine condition of these artefacts is due to there being no oxygen in the soil which has preserved them. We have never seen so many shoes and clothes and jewellery, clay bowls, drinking carafes and full dinner sets. Reminded me a little of Pompeii with how things were left. They have excavators onsite every day and the general public are able to come and do some excavating also. They open up the bookings in November each year so you just put your name on the list, ...
... the whole wedding party and guests boarded a water taxi and headed off across the lake, what a nice way to celebrate. The bride was truly blessed because Friday was horrible weather and really cold and she got beautiful sunshine on her special day.
We took a walk down the road to the town mall, so many outdoor hiking shops in this town, don't think I have ever seen so many in such a small ...
... of mistaken identity on his hands and that we were not his friends Brenda and Malcolm from the Autotrail Members Club after all, he popped over to apologise and declare his embarrassment!
Once we'd unhitched the car, we went for a walk along the marina which lead to a pub, The Old Mill where we sat outside and soaked up the early evening sun along with a few cold beers whilst the boys enjoyed being fussed and patted by passers by to-ing and fro-ing to the bar.
From sunny and stunning Scotland (one of our favourite stops so far!), we drove down through Loch Lomond to the Lake District, in the northwest corner of England in the county of Cumbria.
We stayed in one of the smaller villages in the Lakes, Grasmere (famous thanks to poet William Wordsworth, who lived in Grasmere for many years before he died). From Grasmere we walked to next town Rydal, around both lakes and headed home after a good 25km ...