The Fowey Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Fowey
... got to the maritime museum and enjoyed the exhibits inside. The current major exhibition is on Viking history and it was excellent and complemented the exhibition we had visited at the Roskilde Viking Museum in Denmark. The maritime museum also had exhibits specific to the areas of Cornwall and South Devon, as well as a special exhibition highlighting heroic and daring feats by women from the south of England while at sea.
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On Friday morning we left Cardiff to travel to Plymouth where we will spend 3 nights. Most of the journey was on the motorway and the traffic was not very heavy. We were happy that we were travelling south, rather than north, as the northbound traffic was very, very heavy and very slow for at least 30 miles. We don’t know why there was a great exodus from the Devon and Cornwall area - maybe they were heading to London to cheer on ...
... checked out and drove to a nearby carpark. A courtesy bus then dropped us at the start of the Eden Project. We had a proper breaky in the café and then we were in!
At the start of the millennium, this site was a disused clay quarry and was basically an environmental wasteland. A team of eco-warriors had a vision to turn it into one of the world’s largest working bio-spheres…but instead of that they built two! There are working food gardens, ...
... People were walking down these narrow lanes and had to duck into doorways or recesses to let us pass. That may well be the quickest tour by a visitor. The hills were steep and the corners I had to edge around to avoid scraping the rock walls. It would be a near impossible job to be a removalist in the area. Onwards to the Lost gardens of Helidon which are on the ...
... a large park and hill overlooking the sea complete with a fort and typical English lighthouse that made Mellesa very happy. Following the coastline around we came down to the Barbicon an old fishing village and the place where the pilgrims left England for America on the ship Mayflower. Walking around the narrow lanes and exploring the shops and waterfront we stumbled upon England's oldest ...