BEST WESTERN PLUS Castle Inn Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Starting to get ready for our big trip next week. Looking forward to seven weeks away exploring new places and meeting up with friends.
We have two weeks in Vietnam and Cambodia, three weeks in New Zealand and then another two weeks in Burma. An exciting start ...
... church and I to the soccer field, where a fire works display went off. We were so close it was awesome. I had a drink in a couple of pubs before walking back to my hostel as most of the restaurants were full.
On Sunday I took a tour through the Lake District stopping at Beatrix Potter's house, the town of Hawksmead, William Wordsworth's house, the filming site of Miss Potter the movie and a number of the lakes. I was the only ...
... then a boulder field, where the path disappeared... Picking our own way through the boulders visibility was again extremely bleak. We were getting lost. Nervous to continue for fear of getting completely lost, and with the wind again in such force that we were unstable on our feet, we decided to call it a day. Finding our path up, we followed it back down to safety. Damn English ...
... a nice walking trail in a heavily forested area, perfect! Off we go for a good 3-4 hour hike up the mountain in search of wildlife. The smells that you have in the woods is a damp musky type smell with hints of pine and earth. The weather is good, overcast and about 18 Celsius but not much breeze. The walk is uphill and gives me a good workout. We head deeper into the forest along a mostly gravel path but do not find any wildlife, no deer, no bunnies, no squirrels, no ...
... the little village we immediately started exploring. Adorable little shops and cafe's set the foreground for the rolling mountains and misty trees behind them. Bright flowers lined the streets, bridges crossed over little rivers, and sheep wandered in the open fields. No wonder Wordsworth, the famous poet who grew up in this town, found so much inspiration in nature. Two of my friends and I started by sitting down for coffee in a little cafe on the ...