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... has booked & because it was through a 3rd party the tour went ahead. My guide called it the VIP tour haha. He was fantastic and we had a great day exploring. On our way back we stopped at this famous little bakery that sells gingerbread only. It was delicious!
The rest of my time I wandered about, sat in the hostel cafe and watched the lake. Ah the serenity.
I would love to return in the summer and go hiking as the locals ...
Drove down several motorways from Stirling to Dumfries. Then to Caerlaverock Castle.
What a contrast from Stirling yesterday!
Caerlaverock is the ancient seat of the MAXWELL family and now no more than a splendid ruin in an idyllic settling. Fiona and Rowan had been there in 2006. Situated almost on the sea, south of Dumfries, surrounded by a moat, it was fantastic to wander through the ruin and imagine John's distant ancestors living there! Built in ...
... seems to be running freely again after last nights blockage and once past Leeds the traffic thins out quickly. We make good progress knocking off 90 miles and reaching the Angel at 10.30am. Last time I was here it was sleeting, but this time it's much warmer and a wan sun even puts in a brief appearance. We look around, take a selfie and move on north. The statue itself stands above the A1 at Gateshead, so I quite expect the satnav to take us back to the A1 to continue our ...
Time to fill, off work for the week before David's wedding and I needed to find something to do. Why not try that mountain I had said I would do 18 months ago. Skiddaw. Not really a mountain by world standards I guess, but for England its one of those above 3000ft, which is good enough for us. Pre-booked first class on Virgin trains from Euston and a short taxi ride and I'm in Keswick for the afternoon. My room in the Queens Hotel looks directly out over to Skiddaw, ...
Rome was a big place, it had trouble managing all the turf under its nominal control. On the continent it had two natural barriers, the Rhine River from the Atlantic Ocean to half way across the continent, and the Danube River from that half-way point in the middle of Europe to the Black Sea in the east.
But there was no river to contain the good guys and keep the undesirables out across Britannia. So in the spirit of the times, ...