The Duke of Cornwall Hotel
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... s bus drivers were on strike today and we were concerned aout possible difficulty getting public parking. Followed Mike's helpful advice and found a great park within easy walking distance of The Hall for Cornwall. Had time before the 2.30 matinee so we enjoyed lunch and a beer at a local pub (skillets of beef or mushroom& tomato) as well as Cheryl finally findimg some cross stitch kiys she has been unsucessfully chasing all over Europe. Purchased one of Mousehole ...
... harbour. We had to drive through some cold climate rainforest and got the feeling this is 'hill billy' territory of the first order. Small steams running strongly after recent rain and the road surface was muddy, greasy and challenging.
Pleased to be back onto somewhat wider roads in another attempt to reach St Ives but again balked at the necessity to negotiate the stressful lanes in city traffic and so ended up grabbing a few photos ...
... later followed by a very demanding uphill return. In the township we visited a church much too big for its location and tried to get a look at The Place - a castle like building now a private residence. Drove alomg to grab a view of a local castle ruin and The Manor - now a grand restaraunt sitting atop a hill oberlookkng the bay.
Cross country to Looe - another sea side village that has outgrown its location. Built at the mouth of a river ...
... Saw the usual array of farm animals and flocks of swallows sitting huddled together on powerlines in various locations. On to New Polzeath which had a great outlook overlooking the ocean with big waves rollong in towards a sandy beach. Some surfers in the water here. Through Polzeath and noted that many properties would be quite expensive - indications of wealth in this seaside area. Impressed with a local golf club that seemed somewhat exclusive - ...
... the castle that night for one of our most amazing evenings on tour so far. A banquet of wining and dining with entertainment provided by brilliant Welsh singers and a very funny M.C, all topped off with a view of the inner keep of the castle all lit up in the dark.
YEsterday we were whisked away from Cardiff and onto Bath !! WOW! Sal took a tour of the roman baths and has added this to her list of ...
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