The Agricultural Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Babysitting service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Starting to get ready for our big trip next week. Looking forward to seven weeks away exploring new places and meeting up with friends.
We have two weeks in Vietnam and Cambodia, three weeks in New Zealand and then another two weeks in Burma. An exciting start ...
... and turning on the Christmas village lights tonight. I visit the different Christmas markets. Stop in at some local shops and indulge in a bit of roadside roast spit burger. There were pigs roasting on spits outside most of the pubs, all in anticipation of a big night ahead I suspected.
Waterhead is much smaller then Ambelside. It has a few restaurants lake side and a few pubs & shops scattered around the parks and so on. ...
... this region, we wanted to reach the summit of Scafell Pike. So we drove the beautiful and scenic route round to Wasdale Head. This involved a few extremely steep and winding passes. Once at Wasdale, we kitted up and began the hike. Crossing Lingmell Beck, the steps continued relentlessly up. We were again subject to an onslaught of wind and rain. Determined to keep going we reached Hollow ...
... Edinburgh. If they questioned us we just play the confused foreigner. The train pulled up... I look at Dan.. And we board. Ten minutes of panic until the ticket man came around. Dan laid our final ticket out for him to see and spoke to him. As the man looked at the tickets Dan's accent took the guy off guard for a moment and bam we were ok'd and our tickets were circled in proof. We went from having a four hour train ride with connections to a direct hour and a half ride! ...
... the background. Clouds hung over mountain tops, misting down into the valley as we walked the street lined with cottages and brick shops. Not finding anywhere to eat, we headed back towards the bus stop and continued on past in the opposite direction. Off the path, we found Wordsworth's home, a white cottage with green ivy climbing up the side, and a brown brick roof. His view was undeniably the topic of his poems. We crossed the street to check out ...