Melbreak Country House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
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... worked themselves through and now I seem to be experiencing pains along one of my legs; almost as if parts of my legs are falling asleep or pricked with pins. I'm told by some of the guys, that this too will pass. I hope so.
Aside from those minor complaints, it has been quite a trip! I have learned so many things that are just not possible to learn either in a classroom or the controlled setting of a ...
... however this town not very impressive. Back south via eastern Edinburgh and through pretty countryside, rolling hills back to England. Very pretty drive, and we stopped somewhere in the country for a cup of tea. Back to England and the city of Carlisle. Depressed castle town, would not bother to ...
... Kendal with a population of approximately 28,000, perhaps a few more during the summer months. I finally obtained a UK phone number which I had to do in person because the cellular company does not accept foreign credit cards online. Go figure! I also found a sports store (yes, it's true) and bought some gym shoes so I can work out at a local spa/gym to which I have access. They have a couple of courses offered each week and I seem ...
... in the Thermos was very welcome! Although the weather to our west blocked all views of where we had been, to the east we could see to the horizon and where we will be walking. Our feet can look forward to beautiful green English fields and no hills! We snacked amongst the sheep for 15 mins, but Katrina started to get cold so we headed off down the hill. The descent was steeeep and difficult in places. We finally reached Haweswater and began the long walk around the shoreline. Of ...
... lakelands. Just 1 more very steep hill to climb and we will be out. Will miss the constant sound of moving water through the valleys; trickling streams across our path, the ssshhhh of whitewater cascading over rocky gutters and the roar of numerous waterfalls. Even the squelch of peat bog under boot... not! Weather looks to be good again ...