Travel Blogs from Falmouth, United Kingdom

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Truro, Mylor, Falmouth, Falmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Truro, Mylor, Falmouth

A travel blog entry by lroff

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Day 119 - 27 June - See ya Plymouth, hi Falmouth, Falmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Day 119 - 27 June - See ya Plymouth, hi Falmouth

A travel blog entry by wagaitwanderers

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... off on our next adventure at 2pm.  After speaking to lots of lovely people at the pub last night we have deided to go to Falmouth down on the south west coast of Cornwall. Drove into the town centre and went for a walk around the seafront, a few old ...

Tally Ho!, Falmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Tally Ho!

A travel blog entry by galavanttravel

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... , a spectacular crossing.  The deckhand was quite friendly and gave us a history of the area.    We arrived in Falmouth Harbor and walked into town from the dock.  It is a thriving harbor town, with lots of little shops to ...

Day 120 - 28 June - Along the Cornish Coast, Falmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Day 120 - 28 June - Along the Cornish Coast

A travel blog entry by wagaitwanderers

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... & chips in England so far. A very nice bowls club overlooking one of the beaches but we didn't go for a roll as there was a twilight competition going on. Hung around for a couple of hours before deciding it was time to head back to Falmouth and bed. ...

Rosa Himmelbett in Falmouth, Falmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Rosa Himmelbett in Falmouth

A travel blog entry by janhantke

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... sind nach einem Frühstück in einem Pub aus dem 18. Jahrhundert schon 2 Stunden später im südwestlichsten Zipfel von England. Falmouth ist das Eingangstor zu Cornwall, und daher sind auch einige Leute dort. Und dann ist auch noch Falmouth week! 40 Feet ...

My oh my, Cornwall, Cornwall, United Kingdom travel blog

My oh my, Cornwall

A travel blog entry by scabbybeast

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Cornwall had a lot to live up to after the dreamy sandpits of Hertfordshire, but in its own way it excelled itself. Not being shy of a day of crying kids, we faced a six hour slog (publisher speak for car journey with children) into the countryside as ...

Checking Out Falmouth, Falmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Checking Out Falmouth

A travel blog entry by yukonholmes

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... a coach for London. The other noted that the first news of Trafalgar and Nelson's death was delivered by Lt Lapenotiere, who landed at Falmouth and then took a carriage to London at high speed. He required 21 changes of horses in the 271 km distance. So, ...

Rainy Day in Falmouth, Falmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Rainy Day in Falmouth

A travel blog entry by yukonholmes

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This is our last day before taking Laura to horse camp and Val and I go on our hike. We had plans to take the ferry to Saint Mawes and then go to the beach, but the weather put the kaibosh on that. It's been rainy, with a fine mist in the air most of the ...

Resting & relaxing & massaging, Falmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Resting & relaxing & massaging

A travel blog entry by debandkeith

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It's over................ and once we've had four days of this, we should be back on our feet and getting ready for ...

From Zurich to Falmouth, Falmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

From Zurich to Falmouth

A travel blog entry by yukonholmes

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... Connect train to Paddington station. We hung out there for a few hours until we could catch the 1:06 pm train to Truro and Falmouth. The train was pretty fast until we hit Taunton and then turned into a milk run with lots of people getting on and off. ...

Back to Falmouth, Falmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Back to Falmouth

A travel blog entry by yukonholmes

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We arrived back in Falmouth today, after completing our west coast path walk yesterday. We met up with Vivian and Laura, and heard all about Laura's riding camp. It sounded great - she had lots of great experiences and has a bunch of new English friends ...

IT'S THE FINAL COUNTDOWN!, Falmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

IT'S THE FINAL COUNTDOWN!

A travel blog entry by jilly361

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... on Friday the 6th after a stormy crossing of the Bay.  In all he was almost constantly motorsailing for 5 weeks. I got down to Falmouth on Saturday after an 8 hour drive and went straight to find the B&B.  Then to the marina to meet up with ...

Nothing could prepare me for the cold there., Falmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Nothing could prepare me for the cold there.

A travel blog entry by siobhan-mw.aus

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Awesome surfing town! Heaps of really really nice people! I hitched from exeter to Falmouth. An old couple in exeter a centre offered me a lift before I even had my sign out! And they took me as far as they could in the right direction along the A30. ...

Still relaxing, Falmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Still relaxing

A travel blog entry by lizmorbey

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... relaxed more��. We were hoping for another swim but the weather closed in for a short time. We are off to Falmouth tomorrow to meet up with some very good friends from Rochefort where we keep Sega, they have had their boat here since last ...

Happy birthday, Falmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Happy birthday

A travel blog entry by lizmorbey

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... make my day so special. It was like the good old days when they were young girls and we reminisced over fish and chips on Falmouth quay! This is where our summer holidays always ended after our 6 week holidays to France, funny how this is how David and I ...

Peaceful anchorage, Falmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Peaceful anchorage

A travel blog entry by lizmorbey

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We arrived here last night after motor sailing from Plymouth due to their not being enough wind so we just kept the mainsail up, we found a lovely peaceful anchorage just off the beach at Trelissick House. We have decided to stay for a few nights even ...

Quiet day in Falmouth, Falmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Quiet day in Falmouth

A travel blog entry by nothingfancy2

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After roasting ourselves to medium rare in yesterday's fierce sunshine, we took the quiet path today and did just two attractions. Walked up to Pendennis castle first - learnt that the disappearing gun at Queenscliff Fort was sent to Australia after it ...

A better day, Falmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

A better day

A travel blog entry by simoncole

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We need to head South West (to Falmouth) but the wind was on our nose, so we motored to Dodman (2 hours) and then sailed. Much nicer conditions than yesterday. We have anchored in a tiny cover sheltered from the fresh westerly ...

Adios, Falmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Adios

A travel blog entry by suzannecross

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... too much tequila by then as they have a 6 hour wait for me after Lucia gets in!). Must sign off for just now, away into Falmouth with my sister to get some more photos printed off to take with me so I don't forget my roots! Will send my first ...

NT GLENDURGAN GARDENS AND TRELISSICK GARDENS, Falmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

NT GLENDURGAN GARDENS AND TRELISSICK GARDENS

A travel blog entry by rhiannon.harris

Spent a couple of hours at Glendurgan followed by another couple at Trelissick. Both very beautiful but I'm beginning to understanding the running 'theme' of Devon/Cornwall gardens - namel hilly, woodland gardens with lots of tropical plantings (Bananas, ...

Our day in St Ives & St Michael's Mount, Falmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Our day in St Ives & St Michael's Mount

A travel blog entry by wmagill

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... point of mainland England. Day 4  - Saturday 21st Sept. Today was a free day for us to explore the historic town of Falmouth. We had numerous options for filling in our day. We chose a ferry trip to St Mawes, where we visited St Mawes Castle, built ...

Falmouth by the sea - with cousins, Falmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Falmouth by the sea - with cousins

A travel blog entry by susiegg

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A beautiful day, sailing in the morning with Tam & Julian, picnic on the boat sitting in the bay, afternoon stroll around Trelissick Gardens, then a ferry back home via St Mawes. beautiful.        ...

Cornish medley, Falmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Cornish medley

A travel blog entry by dawnc

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... from the top which is a sufficient reason to visit the castle. Eight ships were waiting in the “Carrick  Roads” off Falmouth ready to enter port. It is a naval base and claimed to be the third deepest in the world, with deep water well ...

Bareboat Charter Week, Falmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Bareboat Charter Week

A travel blog entry by pedrobalobo

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falmouth in the cold, Falmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

falmouth in the cold

A travel blog entry by grahamaway

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... all changes. Wet (not drenching but drizzle, overcast and freezing wind. After a cholesterol enhancing breakfast we are off on the local Falmouth tour to avoid driving all the time. A quick tour round the scenic drive and off to Pendennis castle. Built by ...

Sunny Cornwall, Falmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Sunny Cornwall

A travel blog entry by ronmystyk

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... location and closeness to what's left of the Gulf Stream, this region has the warmest winter climate in Britain. Falmouth transformed itself into a picturesque seaside holiday town with quaint stores, B&B's and plenty of beaches for sun seekers. If ...

Southwest England and Wales, yes Wales!, Falmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Southwest England and Wales, yes Wales!

A travel blog entry by rachstagnaro

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After a week or so hanging out in London, we decided it was time for us to move on. Now, the original plan was to head to either Scotland or Ireland, depending upon how we were feeling and where we were from a budget standpoint. Arguments were put ...

Day Skipper, Falmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Day Skipper

A travel blog entry by pedrobalobo

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Falmouth, Falmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

Falmouth

A travel blog entry by davidralphs

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Drove to ...

pendennis castle, Falmouth, United Kingdom travel blog

pendennis castle

A travel blog entry by anita.russ

... somewhat from memories of rockpools as a child. Still such is life. We had a dinner in an Italian restaurant in the main drag of Falmouth and while it was OK it was not the best meal we had ever had and neither of us can remember which restaurant it ...

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