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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Good night sleep was had, woke up to a sunny day, still a bit soggy under foot, the hills were definitely had eyes today, following our bull fight, we had vultures flying above us, we kept advising them we was still alive. A steady 15 miles was covered ...
The day started well, still quite soggy under foot, good map reading skills was needed again. Ryan struggling a bit with flu. Stopped @ Reeth for lunch, very welcoming !!! On this journey I met two people I know, how does that happen !!. 9 miles to go, arrived at a river crossing which was 1 mile from our stopping point, it became impossible to cross which ...
Off we go, shorter day, weather is good but still soggy under foot, thought we needed to build a raft, decided on a 500 metre detour, raining again, we did not need that !! , health is also good, 16 miles covered, that's now 76 in total and on schedule, my advice especially with this section, Danby Wiske to Richmond is you need a very good map reader as it is not sign posted well. Whilst stopping for a ...
We've had a lovely day's walk across farm fields full of cows, calves and a couple of bulls. We were all footsore and weary yesterday but today miraculously we woke up ready to go again and what's more, enthusiastic about it!
It was drizzly to start with, but only English rain so we can see and walk through it easily. My rain resistant jacket has had two tryouts and I think I'll throw it away. ...
... see any special interest except for the bridge over the river Tyne which looks a lot like the Sydney harbour bridge. It appears to be a large industrial city a bit like our Newcastle in NSW. There is also a giant metal angel which looks over the city. Washington is called Washington because George Washington's great grandfather lived around here (apparently) before moving to Virginia ...