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... after and we took a drive to Windermere for more photos and a quick walk. Everything combined to create some great scenery, the setting sun making golden the high fields, and the leave-less woods and trees. Roads and fields in the area, as well as many streams and paths were bordered by chest high stone walls that wandered as high as the snow line. Came back to see Wordsworth's grave at Grasmere's St Oswolds. Then went to buy some food from the supermarket for ...
... filled with hay) wake up on the wrong side (chamber pot was always kept on one side of the bed) put your foot in it (stepping into the chamber pot). Shakespeare was buried in front of the altar at the church. Weather was good in Stratford. There had been some frost but no snow and the temperature quickly rose above freezing. Had a Roast Pork Bap in the Henley Road marketplace. The ...
Now on the way to Manchester Airport in a big taxi! Very unsettled after a strange nights sleep, waking up hoping I haven't missed the taxi. Little Mix were at the Dog and Partridge pub in my dream, tried to get a picture but my phone was broken. After trying to assure the little beauties in front of me that my camera phone will work, and my wife has to see a picture, they politely said they needed to go. Bundling into the minibus, I tried again, by this time ...
... With just 10 shops under this ‘grass roofed’ piece of architecture, there is a limit to what you would find to appeal to every palate. I would suggest this centre would keep families with children entertained, as it houses a reasonably sized toy shop, the largest 3D cinema in the north west and there is a busy (it was Saturday when I was there) pottery painting workshop.
I found a few bits of interest, particularly given ...
... to me. We walked a bit near the lake and had lunch at the lakeside cafe. We did a little shopping, then parted for a night in Manchester. It was sad to leave Barbara and Nick, but we'll see them again soon, I'm sure. Anhgus dared to hitch a ride with us back to the hotel, where we were all staying near the airport. I dropped off the rental car, proud to have not hit a single curb in this one. Kim and I will pack, so we're ready to catch our flights back home tomorrow ...
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