Innkeeper'S Lodge Castleton, Peak District
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Yesterday Avery and I took a bus to the nearby Chatsworth mansion, home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire. It is extremely ritzy and has roughly one million rooms and had just been decorated for the Christmas season. Many dukes have come and gone and made changes to the house and ...
... Avery and I paid egregious amounts for coffee at cafes just to use the wifi. Next, you will see several photos of streets and buildings around our apartment and along the way to our classes. Getting to campus involves a relatively steep grade uphill 20 minute walk. The area is quite hilly and thus it is something to get used to. Plus when I'm older I can tell people I walked uphill both ways to classes or something.
About three weeks ago, Avery and I took a walk to ...
Having learnt a lot from opening up to people from around the world – I've decided to share with you my biggest struggle of all so far... Making the decision to travel solo is a big decision, but deciding to travel on a one-way ticket with no plans and the potential to relocate is a life changing decision… You leave all of your comforts to do something you’re completely excited yet terrified to do. This ...
We set off nice and early on our train which gave us swell views of the sun rising, pink skies and a lovely look at a part of the countryside we had not yet seen. Although making a quick one night trip down to watch the Kiwis in the Rugby League World Cup seemed pretty easy to do, it was actually a total nightmare trying to sort ourselves with accommodation. People on AirBnB obviously didn't realise what was going on for ...
... centres and offices, or picturesque ruins; the mill houses which used to be crowed tenements are now all sweet cottages with roses round their doors offering accommodation to the thousands of visitors coming to this area to hike the hills and the rivers that were stripped of their vegetation and were polluted by the mill effluent – now run clear through the overhanging woods and are filled with trout, ducks and swans..... ...