Bay Strathmore Hotel
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We woke to a cloudy day today. The main place we wanted to visit was Hill Top, which was Beatrix Potter's home when she first moved from London. She used the earnings from her first couple of books to buy the property. When she died she requested that no one live in the property and that everything be left as it was. She also wrote a list of things she wanted left on display in ...
We left the Cotswolds this morning for our five hour drive north. We decided to break up our trip by going to Chatsworth House. Chatsworth is a very large estate in the Peak District owned by the Duke of Devonshire. Compared to Blenheim Palace this place was huge! It has one of the largest private art collections, and the gardens are amazing. ...
... the White Tower restaurant located close to the theme park's entrance. Dining here was maybe a little bit too posh for Blackpool, but a far better choice than the local Wetherspoons. Pleasantly served Lancashire fare, overlooking the illuminations leading all the way up to the Central Pier, without a deep fat fryer in sight, was a great if not a little indulgent way to round off this two weeks away. It was probably as close to the Orient Express as you will get in ...
... anybody under the age of 60! The food did turn out to be very good though, and we started to call around and try to make some plans!
Quad biking is what they call four-wheeling here in England, and that is what we decided to do today! It turned out to be one of the neatest things I have done, and is one of the highlights of my study abroad experience so far. We had to take a taxi up to ...
... the countryside in this area; the rough fields are bordered with grey, dry stone walls and the bracken has turned russet making it look lovely - it must be hard to farm land full of rocky outcrops but it makes for an attractive landscape. The ground is also very marshy and there were frequent times when I was walking on standing water at least 5cm deep. On return from the walk I realised that my foot was wet and on examination I found a large hole ...