Braddon Hall Hotel
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... most unique, fascinating, endlessly surprising place in the world becuase I'm not that well travelled, but I'd put money on it. The three days I spent there were brilliant. I even found another couple of Dali's and Picasso's on display in the Peggy Guggenheim museum. They say it's because it's had so many different global influences over hundreds of years and been the seat of huge power it's evolved the extraordinary way it has. It's hideously crowded, smelly and expensive, but it's ...
... We were happy that we were travelling south because there was very heavy traffic heading north. The only time we had to drop our speed from the maximum 70 miles per hour was when we encountered road works and upgrading of the motorway and there is quite a bit of that going on.
The entrance into Falmouth was a little unnerving as Bruce negotiated very narrow streets with cars parked on the footpath and oncoming traffic. ...
after a week long of 21st birthday celebrations, leaving dos and saying goodbye to loved ones..my journey finally begins! very emotional morning saying goodbye to mum and dad, brother and his girlfriend and my cousins..still trying to get over the fact that it's real! soo many different emotions!! excitement and nerves being the main ones! goodbye England! see you next ...
... Church. As we left this precinct we saw a sign pointing to the oldest surviving house in Plymouth, situated behind St Andrews Church so we went to have a look. The house, called Prysten House, was built in 1498 as a merchant’s house and now contains a restaurant called The Greedy Goose.
Back at our hotel we checked in and are delighted to find that our room overlooks Sutton Quay an area with a marina, a number of restaurants and The Mayflower Steps.
... pebbly beach. In the museum a man was taking a mold of a recently found fossil. I stepped into The Royal Glen Hotel where young Princess Victoria stayed in 1819/20. She was narrowly missed by a gunshot fired by a youth hunting birds. I had just filled up on a delicious ice cream so I didn't stay for tea. The public library was nice, but didn't have a public restroom.
There wasn't a bus stop in Salcombe Regis where the ancestors were buried so I hired a taxi. ...