White Lion Hotel
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... by then we were nearly back in Keswick, so Gregg's it was for a sausage roll, a shared chicken baguette (last one left!) and a cream cake. NOW it was time to battle the hill back up to the site......... After much huffing and puffing we arrived at the top triumphant, legs burning after walking about 12 miles, collapsed in a heap with a beer, well it was 4.30pm. Spent our last evening watching a good film and chilling ...
... in the little stream we were walking over and Meg the dog was not impressed with the sight of her treats floating down the side of the hill, trying to hoover them up before they disappeared. Eventually made it down to the bottom and over the smallest bridge in Cumbria, stopping again for more photo opportunities. Found a path down the side of the hill through some woods which bought us out by a youth hostel which sold tea and cake, so we just had to stop for lunch, ...
... We sat out for a couple of hours, the sun beating down watching the paragliders, chucking themselves of mountains, until we decided it was time to go for a spot of tea. After much discussion it was decided we would go to Wainwrights pub, in Keswick. After finding a table, it was busy but not to bad, we ordered, welllllllllll 45 mins later our food still hadn't arrived, I mentioned to the young man at the bar that we were going to eat the furniture soon and this was ridiculous, ...
... rebuilt and re-inhabited. But those few years when I need a castle were bad ones for castles. He destroyed them in order to prevent the English using them against him.
However, I did get a beautiful view of the area, where the River Esk and Ewes Water meet. Beautiful area.
We went from there to Jedburgh Abbey.
... there were a couple of spots that were muddy or slippery on the trail from the previous rain fall. The kids enjoyed seeing the waterfall again & wandering around. We visited the tea shop next to the car park while Tony & Judith headed home. We then headed to Penrith to go play in the pool at their leisure center. We paid for our pass in & then made our way back to the pool. They had two separate rooms to change in for women & men with lockers in them but ...