Exeter Court Hotel
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... hotel for a coffee" I say. This is our first comfort break since Bristol and it's already nearly 3pm, so it's well deserved. To be fair, the overlook is a good one and does exactly what we need it to, so I do feel a cup of coffee is the least we can give the CCH for borrowing their car park. We head inside.
At this point the strangeness begins, and although there's a vibe, to be honest we didn't quite get what it was right away. In the foyer we are greeted ...
... Restormel only saw action once during the Civil war during Charles I rein. After this is basically fell into ruins. However, it is still a nice castle to see today. The surrounding countryside is very nice and you could picture walking through the forests during the castle's heyday and hunting for deer. These kinds of ruins just spark the imagination and make you marvel at how well these were built to last this ...
... outline on hill in Westbury, Wiltshire) - on our last day in England we drove over and saw a white horse that was carved into the side of a hill. They cut the grass and the rock underneath is chalk so it showed a white horse. The hill was very steep and Alexander slid down the horse but we were lucky he didn't go all the way down the hill! You could see the horse a long way away but close up it looked like a weird white thingy. It looked really good from a far ...
Got flight on Skybus from Exeter International Airport to St. Mary's with Phil. Only 15 kg luggage allowance each plus a very small handbag measuring no more than 20 x 15 x 15 cm. needless to say we were both over the luggage allowance - 4kg excess each plus 4 kg for the shared NT laptop. They charged us £36 for excess then, as the plane was too heavy for take off, they had the cheek to take ...
Visit to the gardens and to the college to see the famous avenue of Araucaria araucana (monkey puzzle trees). Particularly impressed by the Italian garden and the Palm House, which is actually older than the one at RBG Kew. A treat to see the monkey puzzle avenue too - the trees are the largest of their kind that I've ...