Another day discovering Hadrian’s Wall country. Whilst I would happily visit every Roman attraction youngest teen was already muttering we’d done too much ‘Hadrian’ (i.e. one museum, one walk beside the wall).
On to Northumberland, and Hadrian’s Wall, one of the attractions I was looking forward to the most.
This was forecast to be the last sunny day of the week. Where better to spend it than the Lake District?
After a hearty fried breakfast at our B&B we packed and were on the road again.
After the previous day’s sensory overload day 3 was a much quieter affair, with a trip up to the southern Lakes via Arnside and Silverdale.
Mountains. Mist. Wind. My Twixmas break summed up in three words. Although I should also add fun, sociable and a good way to work off mince pies.
For the 7th year running I spent the days between Christmas and New Year with Country Adventures. And, as always, I loved everything about it; excellent walks, good food and great company.