Cumbria is a great place for dogs. Wherever you go, you see visitors and pooches touring the Lake District. Whether it’s racing up the fell, tugging the lead through town, running for the lake – always carrying an infeasibly large stick – or sitting nobly waiting for leftover sandwiches, this is dog country.
The Tithe Barn in Cockermouth welcomes dogs. It’s a Jennings’ pub – not surprisingly, given the brewery is located in Cockermouth – and it serves home-cooked food in its bar and restaurant.
7 games later after he stopped cursing in Spanish again, he wanted to try me some even. I thought he was going to bust a blood vessel, the way he was ranting and raving and carrying on while I was running rack after rack. I snapped him off 7-2, a few days later as he is winning the BCA open, I realized that he was the guy I was torturing in the action room a few days before. Now I was really pissed that I didn’t get into the tournament, because I realized I was more than good enough to win it.
The Strands Hotel in Nether Wasdale is another Lake Distict pub with a fine microbrewery. A great place to spend the evening after a long walk, the Strands has those real ales, a cosy open fire and a games room with darts, a Pool Table Moving calgary and table football. They hold a Beer Festival in May.
If you don’t happen to have an RV, this campground also offers three different cabins, each housing up to four people. Their specialty cabin, The Clifton, features a full bathroom and kitchen and has a perfect view of the river, along with being just outside the Irish restaurant and pub that also happens to be right on the grounds.
At this point I’m thinking, OMFG my game will never be the same again. Now I’m just really pumped up, but there was nobody in the practice room to play. So I headed to the action room, and I see a guy playing on the first table. I have no idea who this guy was, but he asked me “if I wanted to play some”. I responded with, what are you going to give me? To my amazement he said “I will give you the 7” we played a race to 7 for $300. I was breaking and running out from the outset, 7 games later after he stopped cursing in Spanish. He said “I will try you with the 8” Since I’m playing with free money, and I just met Willie Mosconi I said let’s go.
Think about it: you have a busy day at nearby Disney World and the first thing that you want to do when you get back is to relax just like you would at home. Why sit on uncomfortable desk chairs, when you can have a luxury leather sofa to lie back on, or out to the pool deck and relax with a martini – home made and mixed to perfection. No expensive hotel bar bills. No slamming hotel doors or others in your group waking you up.
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