Cressfield Country Hotel
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... night and I was asleep but 8.30! Today was a shorter walk with several medium climbs across moors of Heather which is now flowering and really beginning to stand out against the ground. Once again it was dry underfoot, though paving stones much of the way were ******* the feet, particularly after yesterday and unfortunately I have a couple of blisters returning. We had out first glimpses of the North Sea a few times today as we went up and down along the ridges ...
... look down at the altar and choir area. From up here the iconic photos of Princess Diana's wedding dress and train were taken during the wedding ceremony to Price Charles.
From the outside of the dome the views of the city were breathtaking. You can see the Tower of London to the east and inside it stands a wall built during the Roman Empire. Just to the right of the Tower you can see The Shard, a £435 million pound glass ...
The sun came out as we got closer to Loch Ness. It has always been my dream to visit Loch Ness one day, and I can't believe I actually got to see it! I've always been fascinated with unsolved mysteries. The town was very quaint and I loved the townspeople- they were really into the Loch Ness Monster and would tell us different stories on theories about what people think they saw.
We boarded a little boat and got to ...
... crystallises this for me, perhaps because even the Keble college cleaners and road workers seem to all talk in plummy English accents. The whole city is a collection of cloistered privilege, with those pretty doorways offering only the most fleeting glimpse of the lush green swards and stately buildings within, to the envious passers by, fierce signs saying "Such-and-such College is closed to visitors." I was guilty of ...
It's still hot as we head back to camp but we can see storm clouds gathering in the distance (maybe right over our tent). I think our luck with the weather may run out tomorrow. Back at the tent we find our washing up bowl and a few items we left in it scattered around. It's obviously not been quite as nice in Cumbria today as it has been in Scotland. :-)
It's 8pm and the rain has been hammering for the last two ...