Dalston Hall Hotel
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... and went to sleep on one if the walkways and I had to go in a rescue her. Definitely a poorly bunny. Came home and mum cooked a spaghetti carbonara gluten free styley which was very nice but a lot more filling than normal pasta. Bella fell asleep in my arms and managed to transfer her without waking but I suspect she'll be up later. Ben is being a star with his bedtime - with the help of a batman filled iPad. And he loves being on the top ...
... Bella not eating very much at all, but managed half a sausage roll. She was very cold, so bough both of them some gloves for the way back and wrapped her up a bit more. Stopped in the nice steamer ship for a new lap map which I had left behind this year. Headed back to Glenridding on the 1.55 and stayed in the cabin the whole time! Very busy on the way back. Dropped Nana, Grandad and Benji off at eh lodge and pooped to ...
Main aim for today is to have a lovely Sunday lunch for Mother's Day - we are two weeks late but I never got my proper roast so I'm insisting on it now. And Nana's here too so it all fits perfectly. Had a very civilised breakfast of crumpets/cereal etc, not our usual bacon/egg sandwiches or fry up but I'm sure we'll get to that.
Set off quite early for us, out the house by about half ten. Stopped off at Rheged to pick up an Easter activities brochure but they had run out so ...
... out evening of sausages and mash, with Nana friendly gravy. Kids were very good going to bed despite having slept in the car. Must be the northern air! I ended up in bed with Bella, who woke up just as I was going to bed, poor poppet isn't very well, full of cold and coughs so I stayed in the little bed with ...
This final stop was incredible. Exploring what's left of Hadrian's Wall and the Roman Forts was an amazing experience. It was so easy to imagine what life would have been like in those very buildings. The Roman's sure were a clever lot. They thought of the most amazing things like underfloor heating systems and made the most beautiful pottery and tools. They definitely brought civilization with them when they arrived here. ...