Holiday Inn Express Exeter
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... to contain a fast flowing stream which looked lovely and ended its trip through the town by disappearing through the stones in the beach. Charlie and Mandy headed north to Dorchester and looked at some interesting things there and Lidka and Leicester went to Weymouth before we all headed to the Sandgate Inn. We had a meal and some drinks there before comparing stories over a coffee in our van. Not a very early start tomorrow as our invite for breakfast is at 8.30 which should be a lot of ...
... ready meal section, more rabbit food and some French pastries were selected along with some Weetabix for those of us with more normal dietary requirements. Once fuelled up we headed off for the first time with the sun behind us. A poignant moment in as much as this would be the last leg of what has been an awesome couple of weeks. We were all conscious that today would be a short day of around 56 miles and we would all be able to spend time doing the things ...
... 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!
We stayed in Vegesack until our last day possible deciding that as the weather was so good and hot we would ensure we had a good rest. Not a problem about what to do, pleasant walks alongside the Weiser anytime we chose, a stroll into town for another excellent pizza and two large beers each this time. Of course, finding the friendly cafe in town with wifi and excellent coffee made the stay easier for us as ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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