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- Reduced mobility rooms
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On Saturday morning we headed off for a visit to Falmouth and the National Maritime Museum. Bruce had set the GPS and had told it that we wanted to avoid toll roads. Off we went and not far into the trip Chris decided that we were heading in the wrong direction so we pulled over and re-checked the GPS settings and re-programmed it to include toll roads (we had not found a toll on a road yet). Off we went again and eventually got to the motorway ...
... Church. As we left this precinct we saw a sign pointing to the oldest surviving house in Plymouth, situated behind St Andrews Church so we went to have a look. The house, called Prysten House, was built in 1498 as a merchant’s house and now contains a restaurant called The Greedy Goose.
Back at our hotel we checked in and are delighted to find that our room overlooks Sutton Quay an area with a marina, a number of restaurants and The Mayflower Steps.
... centres, sculptures, restaurants, garden shops and more. This place is like nothing else.
The first biome that we entered was called The Mediterranean Sphere and houses a café, plants from all over world (in geographical regions) and grows a lot of the food that is used in the on-site restaurants. We spent an hour “walking around the world” reading about different plants and smelling/trying herbs. It was informative, creative and cool. A highlight ...
... towards Lands End. The gardens were huge and we would need a lot more time and energy than we had to try and see it all. From there headed east to Plymouth for the night. We went via the townships of Fowey to Looe which again are very pretty picturesque seaside towns. At Plymouth we stayed in a thousand year old place called Boringdon Hall Hotel which overlooked the ...
... a large park and hill overlooking the sea complete with a fort and typical English lighthouse that made Mellesa very happy. Following the coastline around we came down to the Barbicon an old fishing village and the place where the pilgrims left England for America on the ship Mayflower. Walking around the narrow lanes and exploring the shops and waterfront we stumbled upon England's oldest ...