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Posted By: jane baker
Date: 21 July 2009
Vitalise Holidays is a charity who provide holidays for visually Impaired people.
We have visually Impaired people booked onto this holiday but we still need sighted pilots.
By Booking on you will have a fun and rewarding week whilst enabling a visually impaired person the chance to do something you love.
I have included a brief description of this holiday:
TANDEM IN THE LAKES
Date: Saturday 22nd to Friday 28th August 2009
Discounted Price: £299
Mainly country lanes, but any type of road may be encountered.
Occasional busy main roads & some town centre riding are possible.
Probability of a few long and / or steep hills.
50 to 75 miles per day
This challenging tandem holiday is based in the beautiful English Lake
District, a popular destination for tourists since the 18th century.
With its stunning scenery of mountains and lakes, traditional sheep
farms, quaint villages and carpets of forest, this is a landscape of
contrasts and amazing rugged beauty.
Based at Windermere Manor Hotel, run by Action for Blind People, we
have a well-equipped base for a tandem holiday and can enjoy the use
of the hotelís leisure facilities at the end of our dayís activities.
Windermere Manor has a restaurant with conservatory, gardens, a sauna
and sun bed, gymnasium and heated indoor swimming pool.
During the holiday we will tackle a variety of routes in this hilly
region with opportunities to explore quieter areas of the National
Park along winding country roads.
Six nights half board in twin en suite rooms at the Windermere Manor
hotel, which is run by Action for Blind People. The hotel is in a
beautiful location with great views overlooking Windermere.
Hotel facilities include a panelled restaurant and conservatory, bar
with evening entertainment, an indoor heated swimming pool, gymnasium, sauna and sun bed.
Please contact the team if you want more infomation on 01539 814 681 or email email@example.com
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