Pine Lodge Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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We arrived at our Southampton hotel a lot earlier than we had done for the Britannia cruise at Easter. We called at IKEA to buy a mascot for our cruise before returning to the hotel for our evening meal. We had an early night ready to embark Ventura on ...
As stated in the description for this blog you will see that I am a volunteer for St John Ambulance. I have been volunteering for them since I returned from India the first time. Going to <a href="http://www.travelpod.com/travel-b log-entries/the-wanderer/1/1394626373/t pod.html" target="">India alone in 2014</a> was a key piece in my jigsaw of a life. All the bits were there to make a good picture but they were a bit muddled up. They were a ...
We had a more leisurely morning in our pod before setting off. We drove to Clovelly where we parked up and a random cat jumped into the car and curled up. He wasn't keen on leaving. We then took the steep walk down to Clovelly - a roadless tiny village situated on a cliffside. Outside most houses there were little sleds ...
... to the growing numbers of tourists, beginning in the late 1800s. Good for her, but the end result is that one must pay £6.70 per person to access the village. This gives you access to a film, some re-created cottages (such as a fisherman's hut) and the chance to spend more money at B&Bs and tea houses. We were not impressed. Clovelly is still occupied but a car free village so all supplies are brought into the village by sledge. ...
... the Welsh ponies we saw in the Brecon's. The scariest part of the trip was waiting for us at the end. Brian has become adept at the round -a bouts and driving on the right, but the inclines coming into Lynton were terrifying. We stalled at one point and by the time we got going again, the clutch was smelling like burnt chicken. We hope a night's rest rest will help! Before dinner we took a stroll about the upper village. It is really ...