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Last day in Cardiff so everything was packed away in our "dog box" hotel. Jo-Ann declared that we would pay a little extra for the next hotel so that we would get a kettle to make a cup of tea. The girls had misplaced another door swipe card, like in Bath. Later in the day Amy discovered both in the very bottom of her carry bag. We laughed that she was trying to collect souvenirs.
We decided to leave Chester in the hotel carpark and walk down to the Dr ...
... the motorhome making a presumption that I should be leaving the UK in about a week. I haven't been able to organise this earlier because they need to know departure dates and that was something I didnt know. I am having a few problems with this at the moment, but no doubt it will all work itself out.
Given the poor internet connections I am failing to upload photos. So I will publish this without them and then return and insert them at a later date.
Drove to Exeter, took Park and Ride bus to the city centre - so sensible. Another glorious sunny but chilly day. Everyone out busy Christmas shopping.
Looked at the beautiful cathedral, originally built in 1114 in Norman (Romanesque) style, then rebuilt in Decorated Gothic style between 1270 and 1350, with more beautifully carved Misericords, like in Limerick. The choir were rehearsing, an ...
... in winter, set around a beautiful lake. Walked all around, looking at numerous "follies" built in the gardens - gothic cottage, Parthenon, Obelisk, Temple of Apollo, Neptune's Grotto. So pleased we stopped to have good look (I had been there at least 40 years ago.) Then drove on camp on a farm near ...
Our first coastal walk today in continuing very warm weather. England is having a summer this year but the locals are complaining that it's too hot -- wwoooossssssies!!!!!
We drove to Seatown for a 6 1/2 km walk to Golden Cap, the highest point on the Dorset Coast. Tough climb (both up and down) but breathtaking views along the coast and to the inland with patchwork fields and villages nestled ...