Centre of Britain Hotel
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... 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.
... else in them like bathrooms. The bathrooms were in a completely different space with really gross floors. They then had a lot of changing rooms that were pretty small. They had a shower that everyone shared with suits on as well. There was one smaller square pool that varied in depth for kids mr age. Then there was a larger lap pool where missy would probably end up taking lessons if we lived there. The smaller pool was definitely warmer then the bigger pool. The ...
... poo in some woods. Eventually we came to Sycamore Gap, here is a lone tree that was featured the file Robin Hood Prince of Thieves, ideal place for a photo, from here it was more climbs and descents until we reached Steel Rigg car park where Sean cam and picked us up and took us the few miles to our B&B. a few beers in the sun after washing Maisy down, a shower then off to the pub for food.
Friday, 22nd February 2013
We have had a very good run of weather, but, today, our luck has run out, very cold with snow flurries and an overcast sky.
It is decided we will go to Carlisle, the nearest town of any size.
What is the fascination with women and shopping?
At least it was indoors, dry and moderately warm, Kathleen bought something, (a pair of shorts, in preparation for our next campervan ...
... are in meadows by the lake shore, and we come to a church, stuck absolutely in the middle of nowhere!
This is St Braga's Church, dating back to the 12th century. It is the village church for Basenthwaite Village, which is some 3 miles away! They must have been envisaging ...