Travelodge Carlisle M6
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsTravelodge Carlisle M6 Southwaite
Very handy on the Motorway. Staff were very helpfull. The services were very handy in the morning. Only issue is the prices. Nothing else can be expected on the motorway.
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Well, here we are in our lovely B&B at Ennerdale Bridge after a marathon walk of 24.8kms! Boy were we pleased to get here! Those last couple of kms were hard but we are now showered, dry and ready to go to the local for well earned drinks and dinner.
Helen and I arrived yesterday after a day of train travel from London to St Bees, and Margot and Gail surprised us by walking over to ...
... packed and all have rugby or soccer on every time I've been near one. I'm quite close to the university but I've seen no signs of any intellectual activity although admittedly it's break time at the moment.
The final shot just struck a bit of a chord as, although I'm no Roman, I too will have extended from Carlisle to Morocco by the time I get home.
That's it for 'Walking to, too and two'. Next it's 'driving'. Look for it on a screen near ...
... holiday caravan park that was so depressing looking I couldn't bring myself to take a photo. I'm booked into the pub (my Contours notes say booking is essential. I even tried to ring yesterday!) and should meet the others there as well before they head back home which for them is an hour or so. There should be two American teachers as well so we'll put them to the test.
So perhaps the map and guide book should have the last shot. So they ...
... s church at Wythop, it was a little difficult to find, but truly lovely and well worth it. We then drove to Workington where Chris grandmother Wheezy used to live, after that we drove to Whitecliff where we walked along the seafront. Both towns were a little underwhelming and quite obviously working class with row upon row of joined housing. On the way home we stopped of at the lake and had a drink in the ...
... pencil and a collection of all the various pencils and pencil sets they made over the years. A few years back the owners relocated to a modern factory elsewhere in England, but the memories of the factory live on here in the museum.
This evening we saw “The Lady of the Lake” at the Theatre at the Lake. This was a story about King Arthur at the end of his life, but it was very different. The theatre was small ...