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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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We picked up our hire car from Heathrow airport and then headed off to Exeter with a planned stop at Stonehenge and Salisbury Cathedral. We did get lost several times but we did make it to Stonehenge. The crowds were out of control so we viewed it from the road rather than join the millions on the bus etc... Then off to ...
We had been so well looked after by Roger & Helen, and now it was time to move on again. Tom will be delighted to have his room back! Roger took us to the Thrifty offices hidden down some obscure lane ways closer to Bristol than to Bath. As usual we had booked the smallest, most economical car but the lady asked if we would like to upgrade - for just £5. No, no, no. Well I'm offering this really nice little BMW. It has ...
We took a pleasant stroll around Michele and James's flat which is in Islington. We topped up our Oyster cards and did a bit of shopping. At lunchtime we travelled on the subway to Waterloo station to print our train tickets. We found a lovely park in the church opposite to the station and had our lunch there. I caught the train to Exeter where Emily picked me up and then we went out for dinner. It was lovely to see her. David explored London on his own for the remainder of the ...
... for fishing chat I picked the closest fisherman and went to introduce myself. An hour later I knew everything about fishing the coast of England and Corrine was asleep on the beach.
From here we headed West along the beach before walking back up to Abbotbury and then across to the ruined church of St. Catherine which dates back to the 14th century.
From here back to the car and on to our camp at ...
... We have visited Clovelly a picturesque seaside village with narrow ,steep cobblestone streets down to the fishing harbour,driven to the Cotswolds to stay at The Crown Inn , a 17th century inn with lovely modern accommodation in the annexe and explored beautiful little ,stone villages. The roads are mostly quite narrow,with high hedges on the sides.The little cross country lanes though are quite scary ,signs indicating 2 way traffic ...