Cumbria Park Hotel
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The Britannia Leeds Hotel is our first 'chain' hotel and the first hotel that is close to our £50/night budget. It seems to be pitched primarily as an overnight stop for coach passengers, (there are three in the car park), and is clean and basic if a little jaded. Although we tried to take the room + …
This weekend I crossed an item off my bucket list that has been there for quite a while - to visit the Lake District and more specifically Beatrix Potter's house.
I love the Beatrix potter stories, I have the tv show and movie on DVD. The sweeping landscape views in both sets have inspired me immensely to visit the area. There are two train stations accessible in the district from London, I chose to arrive at Windermere, one ofthe ...
... going on, but this soon gave way to more stable ground that was no less steep. Walking through the car park I saw the first people out walking getting ready in their cars. Nods and waves exchanged I continued around the field up to the stone cross that marked the halfway point for me between the summit and town. Beyond the next gate the path zig zagged at a very sharp angle. I was not going to be doing this without needing to stop. It was hard, i was still building ...
... a lot of difference in altitude. We arrived at Crosby on Eden, a picturesque village, as we wondered along the road we didn't recognise any landmarks on the map, closer examination showed we had missed a sign post about 300 yards back as we had a discussion about the meaning of the colored rings around beer barrels. Back on track and we were not that far from Carlisle. ...
... coast. This is the narrowest neck of the British Isles and, either by design or convenience, has historically been the line that divided the English from the Scots.
At every mile along the wall a residential section was built, known appropriately as a “Milecastle;” designed to house up to 64 soldiers with barracks, kitchen, stables and common area. At the midpoint between each milecastle, a raised redoubt was built atop the wall to provide ...