Travelodge Carlisle M6
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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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Another beautiful sunny day. Leaving the travel lodge in Carlisle and noticed a cupboard in Reception marked 'Bibles' - who started the tradition of bibles in hotel rooms ? Who reads them when staying a hotel ?
300 miles to get to Swindon - easy for me to say as I'm not the one driving. Kevin has never seen so much traffic on the M6 in …
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 ...
... in here I took a stroll all around and headed up to Ambleside. It was so nice to walk, breathe in fresh air and only see another sole every now and again. It was also rather cool and gave the opportunity to dress up in my winter woollies.
Ambleside was the traditional small english countryside village. The building were old, little lane ways zig zagged all over town and there were more pubs then people. Today they are ...
... long enough to photograph the trig point and plaque before turning round and heading back down the hill. Not as easy as it sounds. It was slow going on the way up, on the way down it was a case of having to slow yourself. The walking poles saved me brusing my ass a good number of times. The damp loose scree wasn't the firmest of footings and having 4x4 traction kept me upright all the way to the bottom. A little over four hours start to finish. A bigger mountain next time I ...
Friends, Romans, Countrymen . . . (Couldn't help myself.) It's hard to get away from the presence and impact of Rome when visiting Europe. It’s everywhere. Although its star faded to insignificance fifteen hundred years ago, for the eleven hundred years preceding that, Rome was the king of the hill. In round numbers, from 750 BC to 400 AD, no other place or empire on the planet in all of history has come remotely close to the size, power, longevity and influence ...