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Lady of the Lake Speed, Lancelot (1860-1931), “The Lady of the Lake” from: The Legends of King Arthur and His Knights . 9th edit...

Lady of the Lake Speed, Lancelot (1860-1931), “The Lady of the Lake” from: The Legends of King Arthur and His Knights . 9th edit...

I loved Hanoi...A motorbike zooms past in Hanoi #travel  http://www.insidethetravellab.com/the-legend-of-the-lake-hanoi/

I loved Hanoi...A motorbike zooms past in Hanoi #travel http://www.insidethetravellab.com/the-legend-of-the-lake-hanoi/

Some may argue Lake Fort Phantom Hill is haunted by those who've died there through the years, but by far the most famous specter would have to be the Lady of the Lake. Legends of the lady date back to the mid-1800s, long before the lake even existed. Like most ghost stories, the details change through the years, but those who have seen her say she's there...

Some may argue Lake Fort Phantom Hill is haunted by those who've died there through the years, but by far the most famous specter would have to be the Lady of the Lake. Legends of the lady date back to the mid-1800s, long before the lake even existed. Like most ghost stories, the details change through the years, but those who have seen her say she's there...

If you love the legends of King Arthur and Avalon, then visiting Tintagel, Cornwall in the south west of England and following the King Arthur Trail is a must!  From the rugged, windswept ruins of King Arthur's Castle on Tintagel Island, to the reputed sites of the Battle of Camlann, the Lady of the Lake and King Arthur's burial, there is a spellbinding array of places to visit relating to the Arthurian myths, and all are set against the truly wild and magical landscapes of Cornwall.

If you love the legends of King Arthur and Avalon, then visiting Tintagel, Cornwall in the south west of England and following the King Arthur Trail is a must! From the rugged, windswept ruins of King Arthur's Castle on Tintagel Island, to the reputed sites of the Battle of Camlann, the Lady of the Lake and King Arthur's burial, there is a spellbinding array of places to visit relating to the Arthurian myths, and all are set against the truly wild and magical landscapes of Cornwall.

Uncovering the mysterious legend of the lake in Vietnam's bustling capital, Hanoi. Via @insidetravellab http://www.insidethetravellab.com/the-legend-of-the-lake-hanoi/

Uncovering the mysterious legend of the lake in Vietnam's bustling capital, Hanoi. Via @insidetravellab http://www.insidethetravellab.com/the-legend-of-the-lake-hanoi/

Morgana Le Fay, known as Morgan of the Fairies in Great Britain, among other names, is an important character of the legends of Arthur. Morgana was a priestess of the island of Avalon and half sister of King Arthur, daughter of Igraine and Gorlois, Duke of Cornwall.  She was trained by her aunt Viviane to become Lady of the Lake in Avalon, she is seen by Christianity as the bastard and malicious sister of King Arthur.

Morgana Le Fay, known as Morgan of the Fairies in Great Britain, among other names, is an important character of the legends of Arthur. Morgana was a priestess of the island of Avalon and half sister of King Arthur, daughter of Igraine and Gorlois, Duke of Cornwall. She was trained by her aunt Viviane to become Lady of the Lake in Avalon, she is seen by Christianity as the bastard and malicious sister of King Arthur.

kirstenalanaFitting for a place that overall is so cloaked with myths and legends, the peak of Snowdon usually lies hidden in clouds, mist or fog and locals rarely get a clear view of it! Yet, we did! We had incredible weather while driving through Snowdonia National Park and so we stopped at this spot where you can see the peak directly ahead and just to the left of @lesleyannemurphy's head, dusted with snow. High up there somewhere are the lakes that legend tells are the final resting…

kirstenalanaFitting for a place that overall is so cloaked with myths and legends, the peak of Snowdon usually lies hidden in clouds, mist or fog and locals rarely get a clear view of it! Yet, we did! We had incredible weather while driving through Snowdonia National Park and so we stopped at this spot where you can see the peak directly ahead and just to the left of @lesleyannemurphy's head, dusted with snow. High up there somewhere are the lakes that legend tells are the final resting…

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