Days Inn Gretna Green M74
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Very clean, very fancy. Like any hilton
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We made it to Scotland, stopped in Keswick on the way. Now in The Forge hotel in Greta Green. Roz found a shopping outlet, so it's my birthday and she got new shows and a new top... How does that work? There are about three weddings here this afternoon, so I'm hoping I get some free drinks tonight. The weather is good, but cold! I can tell I'm 350 miles ...
To borrow a saying from our tour guide, today was mental! We started off our day with a proper English breakfast of bacon, eggs, juice, toast and beans if we pleased. Next we went Westminster cathedral, the largest Catholic cathedral in all of England. The architecture was stunning. The vast, dark ceiling was like nothing I'd ever seen. It was mind blowing to think that each brick, each statue, and each gold piece ...
... so good to be dry and reasonably warm. I stayed down there for a bit, had a bite of food and a drink of water - used the trees as my spot to urinate - wouldn't want to stray too much from the norm, then put my pack back on and crawled back up the path to the road, where the rain was pouring down. I wasn't quite sure where I was, but knew I was going in the right direction and kept going. At one point in the road I met a tall German man pushing his bicycle with a giant pack ...
... which we had seen, but by the end of the Museum Marlin was fried and we instead opted for a Cornish Pastie - well it's a bit more exciting than it sounds, we are after all having it in Cornwall! Rosie and Jo arrived down later in the evening and we joined them in the main house to watch the opening ceremony of the Paralympics. The English are tremendously proud if their olympic hosting efforts, and all evidence suggests they ate pulling it ...
... Cloud" and "She Was A Phantom Of Delight". From here we went past Thirlmere Lake - Derwent Water, to Keswick, up over the Honister Pass, through Buttermere (Buttermere Lake and along side Crummock Water) to Cockermouth and then stopped at Great Horton for fish and chips (past Windermere Lake). Apparently the lakes district covers around 880 square miles and is Britain's largest National Park which contains ...