Brambles Bed and Breakfast
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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... for a spot of tea. Do dogs like tea?" "That would be delightful." Said Barney. "Dogs do love tea." The pair of them, already fast friends, gulped down their tea and then decided to go for a walk. "I have some important business to attend to at the post office." Barney said, puffing out his chest with importance. "Would you mind showing me the way?" "I'd be delighted." Said Miss Washington, "I also have a letter to post, so why don't we set off ...
bit warm. After leaving here we went to Saltash to catch a boat around
past the naval dockyards to Plymouth harbor. The boat left from under
the Tamar River rail bridge , built by Brunel. Plymouth was just
bustling with activity being a fine warm Sunday. Lovely harbor, some
quaint shops , pubs and cafes line the Marina.The Mayflower memorial is
quite striking and one of the American ladies is a ...
It's raining, it's pouring, and somewhere there must be an old man snoring - but not in this house! It's the day before we travel to Scotland, and there's lots to be done: Washing, ironing, runner bean picking, sorting out cameras, batteries, lenses, and all sorts of other gadgets and gizmos.
Then, of course, there's the main event: packing the suitcases.
There's so much to consider ...
... amp; checked in, bugger it the flight has been delayed, meant to leave at 9.30pm but due to late arrival, beater elsewhere we finally left at 11.30pm.
Just as well the UK is 1 hour behind & the flight only 1hr15mins, actually had to fill out paperwork first time since leaving NZ, caught taxi of hotel & fell into bed.
Great wifi so updated my blog photos
... were worth a try. Over the hill from Minehead is the tiny village of Bossington, a stony English-style beach where we spent an evening building a fire, cooking a Pete-style BBQ (devoid of anything but meat!) and watching the sun go down. It was a stunning evening, and after the last rays of light dipped over the horizon, the stars on a clear night were amazing, although it was decided we all needed some star gazing practice as we couldn't identify many of ...