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... houses along the beach front. Took photo of fields outside Torquay. Had morning tea at Teignton which has some much accommodation along the beach and touristy. Drove next through little village of Dawlish on the back roads where we bought nice Danish pastries for afternoon tea. Came across a sign saying Powderham Castle so decided to go I'm to have a look but couldn't see the Castle and didn't have time to do so but had lunch in the lovely ...
... its stone and marble and we saw lots of very attractive stone buildings. We drove on to Swanage on the south east tip of the peninsula (and the eastern end of the Jurassic coast) and went for a long walk on the beach and through the town. It was a pleasant town with white cliffs and sandy beaches.
We then moved on to Lulworth Cove, further west on the Jurassic coast, which was formed approximately 10,000 years ago and ...
... I had printed at home.
I was pretty bummed out that we drove right by Stonehenge and did not have the time to park and take a look. I have been there before, back in the days when one could walk among the stones and touch them. Now there are fences around the stones and nobody can get within 50 feet of them. I’m glad we visited them when we did.
We stopped at a Welcome Service wayside at Tamworth ...
... lot to keep us there for long.
... which had arrived in the post. Also took the opportunity to make some more substantial blocks for the steadies.
SUNDAY - used the NT cards to visit Kingston Lacy. Very impressive and lots of it was open so there was plenty to see. The cream tea at Uppark wins so far though.