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Windermere, Lancaster & the Lake District Small-Group Day Tour from Manchester
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Windermere, Lancaster & the Lake District Small-Group Day Tour from Manchester

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The Lake District is where people go to rejuvenate their senses.<br><br>The soaring mountains refresh your mind, the lakes calm your worries, and the quaint houses and little lanes make you yearn for a long-forgotten age.<br><br>So on this tour, we take you on a day trip through the best locations of England’s most famous National Park.<br><br>You learn the tales from Windermere, the largest lake in England; you admire Wordworth’s cosy Dove Cottage; and you marvel at the medieval architecture of the ancient town of Lancaster.<br><br>Join this tour, enjoy the scenery, and let nature help you unwind.
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Debra G wrote a review Oct 2020
Ibstock, United Kingdom184 contributions58 helpful votes
After a ride down the tidal road, Sunderland Point we walked to pay our respects to a young boy who was taken as a slave from the west indies back in 1736 ish, sadly the poor boy was unable to speak our language and it is thought that he died from a disease to which he had no immunity, he was buried without a coffin or bier in the clothes he passed away in. It was a sad and emotional time however we were glad to have been.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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GrindTXX wrote a review Aug 2020
Morecambe, United Kingdom3 contributions1 helpful vote
Don't go it's been disneyfied and butchered. Someone has built a wooden hut and a neolithic round house and a huge wall. Sambo is no longer alone
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Francis wrote a review Jul 2020
289 contributions44 helpful votes
As an added bonus of Sunderland Point, Sambo's Grave is a reminder of the history, the area's historic ties to the "new world trade".
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Jackie S wrote a review Jan 2020
Bispham, United Kingdom12 contributions4 helpful votes
What a lovely place to visit, it is one of those places that you can just stand still and wallow in the silence, just the sound of the water and birds, lovely walk to Sambos grave and back down past the cottages,
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Neil Bill wrote a review Nov 2019
Birkdale, United Kingdom220 contributions170 helpful votes
After reading about Samboo at the Lancaster Maritime Museum, we drove out to see his grave, not too far and a really nice drive. Take care on the causeway and follow the signs to the grave, nice path and unusual shelter that you pass on the way is worth a visit.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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