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The Lake District and Manchester

A travel blog entry by coe on Mar 28, 2014

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We travelled to the beautiful Lake District today in England. Our first stop was to visit William Woodsworth's home near Grasmere. Woodsworth was a famous poet. We were able to walk through his house and tour his garden which was full of pretty daffodils. He bought a piece of land when his daughter passed away and covered the entire area with …

Lake District and Manchester

A travel blog entry by kellynsmith on Mar 28, 2014

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I was especially excited for today! We drove to Rydal Mount where Wordsworth spent most of his life. The drive itself was nothing special, but Rydal Mount was incredible. It was the first time on this trip that I've become completely overwhelmed by the emotion of what I am seeing. To stand in Wordsworth's house and in his studio, was completely …

Liverpool, Lakes District, Glasgow

A travel blog entry by philscott on Sep 05, 2013

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Lakes District is an old volcanic area. Haverthwaite train station for Steam train ride to a cruise on The largest of the lakes - Lake Windemere. Drove past the Paper Factory at Beetham, would have been nice to stop Kendal mint cake: a high energy cake made by mistake when making mint boiled lolies. Used by hikers and climbers including Sir Edmund …

Eurodisney

A travel blog entry by pippat

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... apple, not poisoned though. Driving in on the 20 euro a head shuttle bus we stopped at each of the five major hotels at which you can stay for the cheapest of five day packages. Five days at EuroDisney, I would not trust anyone not to weaken for the souvenirs over that time.

David suggested that they had a giant laser tag set up between the nations of visitors? Why not.? There are the united nations walking around frustrated and aimless at the gift stores. The Disney ...

Titanic Experience

A travel blog entry by yvonne.shimek

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... wall separating them, complete with razor wire (security fence) and huge metal gates that close at night. We didn't stop in this part of town. Back to the hotel for dinner and rest. Took another walk around the city centre and Titanic Trail around the exhibit building one more time. Tomorrow morning, one more train trip back to Dublin and then the next part of the ...

 

TravelPod Member ReviewsGrasmere Newcastle

Reviewed by philscott

Stopped here for lunch

Reviewed Sep 5, 2013
by (9 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

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TripAdvisor Reviews Grasmere Newcastle

2.00 of 5 stars Fair

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