Address: St Agnes, Isles of Scilly, England, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from St Agnes

Bilbao to Brighton

A travel blog entry by lacyscott on Sep 17, 2015

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And so the day had come when we were to return to 'Clean Knicker Land'! Jenny and I were up, dressed and first in for breakfast as the lure of El corte Inglais and some of the other rather nice shops we had passed the day before was too great even for weary pilgrims like us. Our travelling companions showed more restraint and had clearly managed to shake off more of their materialistic ways than we had so ...

Upper Beeding to Kingston on Lewes

A travel blog entry by kathywijgers on Aug 08, 2015

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... open grassland with views of Brighton to our right. We passed a mini airstrip where ultralights take off and land. We crossed a road near New Timber Hill where there was a small carpark and, (oh bliss!), an ice cream van. We made good use of this windfall and gave ourselves a shot of sugar for the rest of this long walk. All around there were combines harvesting the wheat fields in the sunny, dry weather. Eventually we descended towards our ...

Abinger Hammer, Guildford, Shere

A travel blog entry by jowinfield on Jul 04, 2015

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... looking round, including a visit to say hello to an old man in bed, the church and meeting a lady who was working in her allotment, a New Zealander from Lincoln. Would you believe it! The church has special history in that it contained two holes in the wall, from where a walled-in woman could be fed and could watch the mass from. The room behind the holes was gone, there was just a plaque on the outside wall. Back to Abinger Hammer where we watched Andy Murray win at ...


A travel blog entry by bruce-abernethy on Oct 06, 2014

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... at the kids and trying to fill in our departure card on the run. Yes, we were "those" people, The ones that you see in airports that make you shake your head and mutter about how little idea they have. Anyway, the train moved off the moment we got on. If we were even another minute later, we would have missed it. At the other end, it was a similar story only this time without departure-time pressures. Hauling all our stuff through the tube and onto the ...

Too Boxhill.. but not to Boxhill

A travel blog entry by rebecca.taylor on Apr 20, 2014

... cardboard tree in the middle from The Full Monty night).

Sadly we were all struggling badly... Suzie, Kristy, Katie and I were sick. So hungover that we were really just drinking coke and saying it was vodka and coke etc. The only two people happily drinking were Natalie and Dave. Finally, Natalie called it and we were allowed to skulk back home...

Fourth night on the grog was really taking its toll!