Brunswick House

Address: 5 Brunswick Street, Teignmouth, Devon, England, TQ14 8AE, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 5 Brunswick Street, Teignmouth, is near Babbacombe Model Village, Canonteign Falls, River Exe, and Pavilion.
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Day 7 Polperro to Dartmoor

A travel blog entry by robyncoleman on Sep 09, 2015

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... of
the John Aldan, one of the pilgrim fathers.The Mayflower steps are now
under the ladies toilet in a pub built over the original dock. We left
Plymouth to go to dinner at a small pub up on Dartmoor. Lovely old
building and great food. After dinner a drive back to Exeter over thee
moor as the sun was setting but not before we stopped to look at the
Dartmoor ponies grazing on the side of the road.Long day.

Leaving UK Plymouth Ferry

A travel blog entry by adventuremoto on Sep 06, 2015

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... Anyway new chain and sprockets, new tyres (Mitas E10 rear and TKC front), new fully synthetic oil and she was ready. The best thing about riding a single 650 is when you ride a more powerful twin 800 bike it feels like a Ferrari... Sailing though the heads in bright blue skies who would have thought this was Blighty...just heard warmest August for a ...

Treasure hunt at Drake's house.

A travel blog entry by os2015 on Sep 04, 2015

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... estate and trade. The abbey, later converted to a house, today combines furnished rooms with museum galleries bringing to life the story of how seafaring adventurers Sir Richard Grenville and Sir Francis Drake changed the shape of Buckland Abbey and the fate of England.' (National Trust handbook 2015). Gardens surround, as well as woodland walks.
Jan, Clara, Jacob 9, Heather 7, and I started off ...

Bristol and Bath beckon

A travel blog entry by catecross on Sep 04, 2015

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... tasting and by far it's the best meal we've had out to date. We go for a wander around Bristol, then back to the car and drive over the suspension bridge which costs us a pound!!! Then we put in David and Gail's postcode into the satnav and arrive around 3 but no one is home so we decide to head off for Avebury where the famous white horse is and stones set in circles like Stonehenge. We turn into the car park but are disgusted to find that it will cost £4 just to ...

Another beautiful day in Devon!!!

A travel blog entry by catecross on Sep 03, 2015

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... microwave cooking is involved here! We opt for a bowl of soup -'broccoli and Stilton with bread roll and about 50 grams of butter each to slather on the bread!!!! It's passable but nothing like as good as the other two pubs so we resolve to go back to the Bearslake Inn tonight - at least it has brilliant atmosphere. We decide to head for the coast and program Tintagel into the satnav. It is in Cornwall and turns out to be a very touristy town. We can only glimpse the ...