Centre of Britain Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We mooched for a few hours around the city while the car was being fixed. We eventually worked our way over there to see if we could get on the road again. Another stroke of luck when just as we arrived, they were tightening the last screw ;o)
Back on the road to Ardrossan now and driving like a bat out of hell to get to the ferry on time.
When we got there, we immediately noticed the ...
... the sweets. We lunched and mum took over the driving. Charlie was allowed to keep walking as he'd only done 3.3 miles in 90 minutes. We headed over the bridge which was busy with lorries for a local building site. Then up a path which turned quite steep up to the road to the church. This was our alternative meeting point as we knew there'd be a car ...
... So few people about. Up the down and up to the high point of the whole way. Amazing views all around including Scotland, Pennines and the Lake District. The path down was fine we just had to hope we chose the right one, I was worried a few times but we got there fine. Hit and miss with reception and we should have put times on each text so that we knew where ...
We had a relaxed and lovely walk over to Orton this morning. So happy to have left those mountains behind and swapped them for undulating hills. Only 12km to walk here but we've actually clocked 16 by adding the distance taken to leave Shap and to find our B&B in Orton.
... the elegance of it, but we owned our sweatshirts and flannel and shifted into fancy meal mode. The service was impeccable, and the portions were perfect and the atmosphere was almost distracting. I kept looking around at everything and taking it all in.
The hotel itself, The Lord Crewe Arms, is the oldest building in Blanchland, and it used to be the abbey, built in 1165. 1165!!! It had been knocked down, and rebuilt using the same ...