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Kendal is located to the South of the Lake District, six miles from junction 36 of the and only a few miles from the sea, in the North of England. Kendal is home to a multitude of historically exciting buildings, including the parish church on the riverside in Kirkland, a number of houses and office buildings designed and built by renowned local architects, the 14th century Castle Dairy, Kendal Castle and Castle Howe, Abbot Hall Museum, Kendal Museum, a host of churches and chapels and rows of houses built from the 1600’s right through to the present day.
Our visit to Kendal was a very short stop-over visit, on our way to Glasglow. We had only a few hours, visiting a few local shops on the high street, and visiting some of Kendal historical places. We had short walks around the city and had a lovely lunch, that was all we had enough time for on this visit.
We have a few friends who live here, but we didn’t even stop to see them then, as we had to be in Glasgow to set up a conference. We hope to get back to Kendal soon, is on our bucket list for a long camping trip here.
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