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Travel Blogs from Gittisham
... morning. On the way down we stopped at a really lovely and historic fishing village called Beer. This village formed part of the defence in they Napoleonic war and also had a radar base set up there during the Second World War to help with the air defence. The sheltered also protected the fishing fleets from storms. It had the typical white cliffs, round stoney beach and this ever present candy stripped deck chairs for hire at 80p a half day. The normal village gutter along the ...
... I had to keep stopping for a rest while pushing the bike. An Italian cyclist was also walking--he had a big trailer on the back of his road bike. We had a chat while pushing up the 1 1/2 miles to the top. The last few miles to Exemouth were hard but just about rideable, so I was happy to find the Ash Hotel on the harbour front. A hot bath soothed my aching legs and I was able to have a walk round the town to buy food for ...
... and its got a lovely seaview. There is a beach river which kids can take a dinghy down to the sea whilst adults enjoy the view which extends around the coast to show a little island just down the coast.
If you need refreshments go to the Wave bar which serves local fish specialities and does take away.
I would write more, but I spent more time enjoying the sudden sunshine than I did exploring- and so should you! Go and explore!
... ladle should have been used, no need to be light on at this point. They sent off two oinkers so we can enjoy their farm labour, generous in portion size the saddle slow roasted overnight with the skin separately blasted, spuds, summer mixed cabbage and heirloom carrots - yum yum. A vanilla panna cotta infused with yogurt, the side of roasted rhubarb and mini doughnuts to top our HQ experience off. Petits Fours with a wander ...
... Close, Kim bemused. By this time getting on to ten bells, still light with plenty of activity, home to Eype. The lads stop off at the local for a nightcap. Never been in a pub before where every person has a dog, no joke. One has to step over and around them just to get a drink, at one end of the bar there is a large Alsatian sleeping on the bar, difficulty in coming to grips with this English thing. No problems for dogs to be in your accommodation as well, still when in England do as ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking