The Lion at Settle
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- Non-smoking rooms
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- Breakfast Available
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... back to the airport and instead of coming home we get on a further plane and fly in the opposite direction to the UK and go to venice for the second half of our holiday. More on Venice later on in the blog.... So the two peasants have left their daughter at home and are currently sitting in the premier lounge at Leeds Bradford airport.... We travel so many times that we now have annual passes to all the premier lounges in every airport in the ...
... simple tuna sandwich which tasted great; I don't know if it is because I haven't had any tunafish in a month plus or because the view was so spectacular. Had I known where I was going, I certainly would have packed a picnic lunch with, of course, some wine, crusty bread and cheese. There really isn't much more to say about a beautiful day with beautiful scenery so just enjoy the photos as you scroll through them.
Today we had a relaxing stroll to Orton, but despite the morning being sunny at 6am, it was raining again by 9. Maybe we should just start out at midday, most afternoons are good.
We parted ways with Claire today, the young girl who is walking to raise funds for Cancer Research after her 10 year old cousin died this year. For those who haven't seen, Greg has now decided to also dedicate ...
... of us. There seemed to be a procession of people toiling up it and the top seemed crowded. Perhaps the TV series, Wainright Walks, has popularised it. It was lovely walking this track and although the road was only a short way below, as there was no traffic, we seemed quite isolated apart from other walkers. Eventually we dropped back down to the road, followed it for a short while and the crossed to follow a track back to the edge of Derwentwater. As we crossed a ...
... No way in the world that she could survive such a fall. People in the area were quick to offer up assistance. It took over 15 mins before an ambulance arrive....but it was difficult as there was so many people around and access was very tricky....not to mention the tour was within 5 mins of arriving through the town! Police, ambos, tour helpers etc help get the poor lady on her way to hospital ASAP. The tour went through non the wiser and then the woman was taken and the ...