Ashfield Guest House
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... Exeter to Barcelona for £32, yes £32 - incredible but it does take over 30 hours :-( still good to know though. We are thinking, Barcelona, Madrid, Seville, Ronda, Granada - Andalucia because of all the typical white spanish houses !! easily pleased lol - nothing to do with the tapas :-). Would like to visit the Jerez region and sample a few sherry's and maybe Rioja for the red wine - any ideas/advice gladly received. 10 weeks to go wayhay x
... can change from lovely & sunny to overcast in such a short time. As the saying goes " make hay while the sun shines" is certainly true. It was back to our second night at our beachfront hotel at Torquay after some roadworks which slowed us up a little. But soon we were at our hotel & a rest before our farewell dinner at the hotel restaurant overlooking Torbay. ...
... hotel. As it was a lovely evening decided a view on the "eye" wheel - only 1/2 the size of the "London" eye. It was a photo shoot before we entered the capsule & around we went twice. A reasonable £6 for one adult was a good deal. Dinner at a pleasant bar & it was back to our hotel for a good night sleep but no view of the sea. Great end to a wonderful day. ...
Today we started out to explore the English Riviera. We started off at Torquay which was a small beach port very old style. We walked around and took in the views of some great boats. Then we moved onto Plymouth which is a large port town with a lot of history from the Spanish Armada and the Mayflower. After visiting the famous lighthouse seen in the pictures we had a great ...
... surprises literally around every bend.
We discovered the ancient remains of the Roman city wall, churches, and beautfully restored buidings, a charming Devon village.
We fully realised we were on our holiday when we walked down to the quay and enjoyed a Cornish lager and local cider, chilling out watching the white swans on the River Exe.
We topped of our day with a lovely supper of local produce at Bill's.