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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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- Multilingual staff
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... Found the gift I've been looking for for Jeffrey at Mountain Hi in Grasmere. Back to Bowness for a bit of shopping, a chance to catch up on email, a shower, then off to a most enjoyable dinner at Jackson's Bistro. Not many pictures today. Enjoyed the bus ride but difficult to take photos out of its ...
... back to the dock in time to catch the last boat back to Windermere. We didn't realize it was the last one and nearly waited for a non-existent later one. Dinner at the pub around the corner from our B&B. NOTE: this app won't give me just Ambleside or Ambleside Pier so locations that say Ambleside this or that are really just ...
... We had missed coffee at the start cos the shop was shut! Without sustenance, we galloped on to Ashness Bridge and along a beautiful road then following a path alongside the tarn until we reached Watendlath. And guess what, the lone farm sold teas! After a break we took in the beautiful tarn, chatted to a few folk before a short climb over the ridge and a two ...
... trees and all there is, is grass, heather and rocks. It is very beautiful country and you can see why people make this area a destination for the outdoors as there is so much to see and do here.
As we had started out early on our adventure we returned to Ambleside to take some time for ourselves and do some exploring in the town and a little shopping. When we were in the Cotswolds we had stopped in a store recommended by our host at the self ...
... was studying a University for music when he met George & Paul, Ringo came on board after they had previously sacked their Drummer. We then went on to see the Anglican Cathedral, the 5th largest in the world, OMG it was breath taking, it took 74 years to build, it was started in 1904. Our Ferry crossing was a bit bumpy but I believe today is extremely rough, glad we came yesterday, the Irish Sea can be really scary. We ...