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(10 Posts)
monkeysmama Sat 27-Oct-12 12:57:02

What do I need to know / take?


RikersBeard Sat 27-Oct-12 13:00:42

grin at this as a S&B question!

Sensible shoes, waterproofs and swimwear

and some lube if threads on here are to be believed

RikersBeard Sat 27-Oct-12 13:01:42

And a bike lock if using bikes/buggys

monkeysmama Sat 27-Oct-12 13:01:42

Made me grin I had forgotten that thread.

ShotgunNotDoingThePans Sat 27-Oct-12 13:04:11

I'd take knitted dresses/boots/tights/presentable shoes for semi-casz evenings, then skinnies with nice jumpers/scarves/blazer for day - but prepare to feel out of place, unless things have changed in the several years since I've been.

Think sports casz and you'll fit right in grin.

nomoreminibreaks Sat 27-Oct-12 13:06:02

I asked just the same thing on here a couple of months ago and had lots of helpful advice.

We took food with us so it wasn't too expensive and had a great time. We got there early (about 12 I think), collected our bikes and had a look around and some lunch then went to the lodge and picked the car up later. Take a rucksack!

nomoreminibreaks Sat 27-Oct-12 13:08:21

Oh and if it is just S&B things you want to know (I nearly started a thread about that too), I found a gilet fit right in!

ShotgunNotDoingThePans Sat 27-Oct-12 13:10:17

Oh sorry I assumed you were speaking of sartorial matters! blush

Mosman Sat 27-Oct-12 16:22:16

Last time we went it snowed and was absolutely amazing.
Lots of layers and waterproofs would be my advice nothing worse than getting wet

Meggles76 Sat 27-Oct-12 16:31:27

We spent a weekend there last year and had such are great time, we are going back for xmas grin
For sports type activities I am taking:
Swimming costume, flip flops, running tights, running top, trainers, sports t-shirt, fleece top, gilet.
For day to day:
jeggings, skinny jeans, cord skirt, jumpers, heat tec tops, scarves, parka coat, boots,
For evening:
jersey dress and pair low heels

Last time we went and got dressed for dinner - husband observed we looked like we were at a wedding compared to everyone else! It is very casual.

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