Holiday Inn Express Exeter
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... appartment is tucked up above the garage, beside a lovely thatched roof home., looking out to trees, garden tweeting birds -and in the distance the cliffs of Devon. David has only bumped his head about 4 times! Yesterday was the river cottage cooking school- by the end we were exhausted, but we learnt a lot in idyllic surroundings. Today it's off to Heathrow for 24 hours in the air! Boo ...
... We had a look around, the cowshed cafe with spectacular views. We then decided to go for a walk for our daily exercise, rather than using the pool (£3.50) or gym (£5.00). It was a windy day but the sun was out. We set off for a very up and down walk from eype to hive beach (Burton Bradstock). Our first stop was West Bay which was bustling and walked through a small outside food event which was like a small Camden Town and looked in some shops ...
I had never heard of the English Riviera, but when looking for our next destination, Bob spotted it and it seemed a good direction to had so we wouldn't be retracing our steps. So after a second delicious breakfast at Lugo Rock Guesthouse we baded farewell to Falmouth and headed along secondary roads through Truro, St Austell and Plymouth before arriving at Torquay, on the English Riviera. It was a slow trip. Luckily the distance wasn't too great because ...
... a hotel/guest house). It was then the long trudge back up the hill to the car park, where someone in the long queue trying to get a park was grateful for our spot. We were going to go back to Tintagel Castle, but the traffic on the road was so bad we decided to head back to Falmouth to visit Pendannis Castle. The glorious weather encouraged us to walk back there (by a slightly shorter route) and we spent a lovely few ...
... and a steep hill opposite which demanded a 2 mile walk up a grassy headland. We did most of the walk, not sure why but might have had something to do with walking off the calories from breakfast. Parking fee in the paddock at the bottom of the hill was £4 for the day. Not sure what you could possibly do for a whole day there, but that didn't seem to matter for the crowds. Onward then ...