Chy Roma Guest House

2 Seaview Terrace, St Ives, Cornwall, England, TR26 2DH, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from St Ives

A days rest in Ely

A travel blog entry by rortyc on Aug 11, 2014

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... so far as it is right on the river (the name gives that away) and has some very fine rooms. However, we did our best to make the hotel room look like a Chinese laundry as we needed a few fresh clothes. I'm not sure what the owners thought of our assortment of clothing strategically draped in variously parts of the bathroom.
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Us vs. Hurricane Bertha

A travel blog entry by rortyc on Aug 10, 2014

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... it was against us. The rain stopped as we turned onto the track that lead by the long straight drainage ditches and the wind had turned more to a south easterly and we were heading south west. so it was more of a buffeting than the head-wind we had feared. The drainage canals were dotted with wind pumps of varying ages which had to be built as the land either side of the canals gradually shrunk and then lowered through the win erosion of the ...

Home!

A travel blog entry by elegibson on Jul 01, 2014

... stuff around 'just in case'. A couple of changes of clothes, a pair of proper shoes, some soap and a book (okay, and my iphone!) and I'm set. I've already started on a home de-cluttering rampage! I've found I'm not bothered about seeing the sights, in fact half the time I avoid them. Instead I want to meet the local people, eat the local food, see what it's like to live in a place and what makes the country tick. Cruising slowly with my head stuck out the window of yet another ...

Cornish Cousins Lost on a Cornish Moor

A travel blog entry by sharonscanlan on Apr 28, 2014

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We left for the peninsula around 9:30 AM to find the trailhead to the Nine Maidens, a Bronze Age stone circle and the monument of Men-an-Tol. We found Men-an-Tol, which was very interesting. Then we found another standing stone after climbing a stone wall. The path to the Nine Maidens, which is normally a hard, dirt narrow path. After the rains it was muddy and/or a tiny stream and not very ...

Very Lucky.

A travel blog entry by suerussdrury on Mar 30, 2014

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... said "no, that's our home", and pointed at Winston and that was the end of the conversation We definitely weren't out to impress today. Mostly there were groups of families with mums sitting there enjoying themselves, nice to see. The Manager/Owner brought my coffee over and she was a dead ringer for Sybil from "Faulty Towers" it made us smile, then we decided that the waiter was similar to Manwell, but the good news is we ...

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