Premier Inn Carlisle Central
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... down to Rosthwaite. We arrived to find Dick and Mags in the cafe and had a warm cheese scone and a mug of tea. Delicious. Then back to Keswick on the open-top bus and a quick pint and prosecco before a shower and the pub again. Life's tough! You can catch up with all of our adventures in Pensioner's Life, the cover can been seen in our photos. I hope you're ...
... us almost 3 hours to reach the top. We could see across to Haystacks and down onto Buttermere. Lunch was welcome, especially as we had some of Mags's flapjack - that's another story! We dropped down between Hindsgarth and Robinsons. The views were 360 and I was surprised to find we could see the Irish Sea and Solway Firth. We are becoming familiar with the topography and could ...
... high walk up Skelgill Bank Cats Bells,Hiigh Spy and Maiden moor (2000ft). Down to the lake and ferry back. About 12 miles Monday - Judy and I walked around the Lake. About 10 miles, then Cow Pie in the George. Tuesday - walk up High Rigg. Fantastic views of Blencathra, Skiddaw, Thirlmere and Helvelyn across the Vale of St John. Great walk about 6 miles. Beer, pizza , wine and a trip to the cinema - next door but one from our ...
Another cold start, looks like we are going swimming again, rain due about 09.00, all of us are feeling it this morning. Hallelujah the rain has stopped, not so cool is a 792 metre hill climb with our 18 miles. Some sore limbs were gained today, I think we nearly killed Martin, but we all achieved ...
... that was hiding the view of Arran. After hanging around a short while, we were informed the ferry was cancelled. We had to rearrange our ferry crossing for another day.
With the next available ferry being first thing Saturday morning, we drove away looking for a place to stay on Mainland Scotland.
Our trip wasn't going to plan, but we were making the most out of all the new opportunities presented to ...