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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... two hours at this museum that had displays of village and farm life from the early 20th century and the recreation of a village from the early 1700s. It was an excellent museum and we were pleased we had found it.
Then it was back in the car and drive to Perth where we are spending the night. Tomorrow morning we head off to Liverpool where Chris is excited to be able to visit The Beatles Museum and Bruce is looking forward to visiting the Maritime Museum.
... leave the hotel and rejoin our route through the Pennines and on to the historic village of Haworth. We soon cross into Lancashire and the Forest of Bowland on our way to the Lake District. We stop briefly in Newby Bridge before driving up the eastern shore of Lake Windemere and head up the Kirkstone Pass, north to Ullswater, through the Eden Valley to Wetheral.
Day 41 Saturday September 12 Wetheral to Irvine
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... The weather on Skye was magnificent. Some people (namely Graham B) warned us to expect bad weather. This could not have been further from the truth. The whole time it was really nice and sunny, t shirt weather.
After staying overnight in Portree, on Monday we headed for Drumnadrochit. Before leaving Skye we drove up to the north and took a look at the Quaraing mountains which were spectacular cliffs overlooking the ocean. We also did another walk ...
... her uniform off to school. Marina suggested, which we're glad we did, we go to the tourism office in Portree to secure a place for Fri night in Pitlochary (their suggestion), just north of Perth in the center of the country. Given our track record, we really pushed hard to get there by a decent hour. Ha, it's too much fun driving and having Erin doing sound effects! Drove over to Dunvegan Castle (everything is longer than "just a drive ...
... morning, but then it went sweetingly smooth. Thing to remember - an empty bus that stops near me because its driver saw me writing "London" on my card, we made all the way to the capitol where I met Slavek - polish lorry driver, with whom I crossed La Manche channel after midnight.
Way back home; Day 3.
Long time waiting again but it's paid off - another polish lorry driver and another few hundreds km closer to Poland. I departed in ...