Lakes District and May Bank holiday

Old Apr 4th, 2010, 02:20 PM
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It seems that Gordon Brown has reduced us Brits from the staycations of last year to the daycations of this year. Cornwall is probably a long day trip for most.

I don't think we are bothering BAA again this year". The hastle at the airports (still recovering from T5 in Feb)and the July/August prices just mean "we can't be bothered". This is our first ever year of experiencing life with a school holiday bound 5 year old. All of a sudden those rentals we usually use become £3000 a week rather than £600 in late September.

It is all the talk of the dinner parties but with the euro/pound, cost of flights and our promised heatwave is Europe really worth it? They don't even serve mushy peas or warm beer!
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Old Apr 4th, 2010, 02:45 PM
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All of a sudden those rentals we usually use become £3000 a week rather than £600 in late September.>>

£3000 a week would get you a palace in cornwall even in august. bring you wellies and umbrella "just in case".
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