Temple Sowerby House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Found the gift I've been looking for for Jeffrey at Mountain Hi in Grasmere. Back to Bowness for a bit of shopping, a chance to catch up on email, a shower, then off to a most enjoyable dinner at Jackson's Bistro. Not many pictures today. Enjoyed the bus ride but difficult to take photos out of its ...
... En route we passed Roman ruins which were excavations of the bases of walls. From those few stones archaeologists deduced the structure of the fort. A little further on we passed a man sitting on a bench by the lake strumming a guitar and singing, a pleasant addition to the walk. Light lunch, window shopping, people watching. ...
And You take The Low Road and W'ell be in Rosthwaite cafe before you! Dick and Mags walked the west side of the lake and Judy and I walked up to Walla Crag in glorious sunshine and not a breath of wind. The vista was once again stunning - looking across at our previous walks at Cats Bells and Robinsons, around to Keswick and on to Skiddaw and Blencathra. It was ...
... in for bed.
Our morning started off with the rain coming down and a stop at one of the many stone circles that you can't miss when driving through this country and this one was Castlerigg. It's small in comparison to other places but still you wonder who did this and why? After viewing this we continued taking our drive to Honister Pass and then eventually to the top of the summit and the Honister Slate Mine where they have been mining slate since ...
... for the job hunting to begin. I just need to find transport, accommodation, the job... Its looking formidable already. Dad has a few hook ups so I might be able to sort something out there, but its no use getting a job and not being able to get there. So if worst comes to worse I think that I might go and stay in good old Skegness. who knows what will happen there. At least I will be able to go out to the pub and do things, instead of being stuck inside my grandparents house in ...