New Dungeon Ghyll Hotel
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Rather expensive and impersonal but goodlooking. The slowest wifi that I experienced during my entire vacation.
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... directions from a book and once again it was crossing the cow paddock that challenged us. We will be expert status soon - we actually found our way back to the Lighthouse Bar where we met Mick & Karen, friends of Geoff & Shirley, for a few drinks.
And it is 8:30pm, still broad daylight and we are still in short sleeves!
Off to the Cotswolds tomorrow with a night in Chipping Norton before returning to London.
... to some 'friends of the park' mending the stone wall - their dogs entertained us as we sat and took in the beauty of the area. The leaders had their books out - as we now come to decision time - which path to take, the low route or the alternative route. I chose the alternative route to enjoy the view from the mountain top - bad mistake. A guide from another tour said 'don't under estimate the difficulty, but the going down at the end was fairly kind' ............ ...
... we expected. We saw a crowd of people near the river so we walked down for a look. There was an orchestra playing in the bandstand and it was beautiful sitting in the sunshine by the river, watching the boats sail by and listening to great music. We then headed for out Travelodge and checked in at 4.30pm (£51). After a cuppa we headed to Sedbergh in the Yorkshire Dales which we love. We have stayed there on 3 previous ...
... the next couple of weeks of their adventure.
The following morning we rode off to Heysham (15 minutes down the road) to catch the 11:45 am ferry to Douglas on the Isle of Man. Our travelling companion for the last 2 weeks, Chris Pearson, had to wait until the 2:15 ferry before he could get to Douglas, so we arranged to meet him on his arrival.
To say all of us were excited to be heading to The Isle of Man for the TT Road Races would be a huge ...