Postcard Friday #1: Ullswater
Ullswater is described as England’s 'most beautiful lake'. It is the country's second largest lake, which sits amidst the splendour of some of the finest fells in Lakeland. It is located in the Lake District National park in Cumbria. It is also the setting for William Wordsworth’s famous “Daffodils” poem.
My family went to Ullswater in summer of last year together with some family friends. From Glenridding, we went cruising with one of the Ullswater 'Steamers', the Lady of the Lake to enjoy the very beautiful scenery surrounding the lake. We dropped off at Pooley Bridge to have a relaxing lunch before heading back to Glenridding. Ullswater is one of the lakes found in the Lake District and is only one of the few we went to during our holiday.
Our kids had a great time communing with nature and away from the bustling city life. I was just awed by the beauty of Ullswater and the rest of the Lake District.
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