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After Matlock we thought we would go to Bakewell then off to Chatsworth House if time permitted. The rain started to ease so as we approached Bakewell we asked the satnav to find parking, the first 3 parking areas were full, we saw a few spaces on the side of the road but they were either for disabled or local residents. Eventually we ...
... should be pronounce Derby and not Darby. I even looked up the pronunciation on the internet and it said both ways are acceptable. No winners today but Darby sounds good to me.
We arrived in Matlock to continuous rain. Not to be deterred we found a car park and strolled around the town looking in various stores. We rummaged through various antique shops, not sure what we are looking for but there is so much choice.
The rain continued so back to the car and off to ...
... industrial but then comes back out into the countryside. I saw
some wild hare and a lot of sheep and horses and cows along the way.
Arriving into Manchester we
made our way to the hotel, another Novotel – we decided to treat ourselves to something
fancy…plus there wasn’t much else left when I went to book and a lot of the
other hotels were really expensive! As we made our way towards the hotel we
chanced past Go Falafel ...
... greatly through a rough patch a few years ago. Still in shock about the whole thing and can't believe he's gone. Can't imagine what my cousin and the kids are going through. Decided I will embrace this adventure like I know he would have done. Cheers keith, you will be ...
... and it is still the same as in the books, mouse hole and all!
Went to Lake Conniston that is just as beautiful as Windamere, lots of tourists around them but you can see why! Drove on over to the west lakes distract up in the highlands, very remote and rocky. We stayed in a little village called Boot in the Eskdale valley of Cumbria county.
Helena's cousin Maura and her family were there, they had been staying a week ...