Gidleigh Park Hotel
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We were allowed a slight sleep in this morning and used the extra hour
to go for a walk around Exeter Cathedral which is just behind the hotel.
After this we drove down to Polperro , a small fishing village. More
tourist than fishing I suspect now. Very pretty town , picture postcard
stuff. Houses glued to the steep sides of the harbor. Time for a walk
around and some lunch. Beautiful bright blue skies and ...
... 45 minutes late leaving, glass of red in hand and a view from the front of the ship, life is good. Despite best plans and trying to reduce stress - the last week was manic, that's the only way to describe it. Few bike prep issues - wrong sprockets and one did not fit, then shortened chain one link too many. Got to know the Fowlers parts guys by first ...
Weather: Cool-mild, cloudy
Roger playing golf and getting new tyres for his car. Jan and I left late morning for Plymouth in Devon to visit Sir Francis Drake's National Trust residence, "Buckland Abbey", where we met up with my God-daughter Clara and her two children, Jacob and Heather.
'Hundreds of years ago, Cistercian monks chose this tranquil valley as the perfect spot in which to worship, ...
... We ask about the lodge and our host tells us that it is fairly modern and built from the stone found when they were digging for the foundations. Originally it was built as a home and then sold to the golf club for a stag place. When our current owners took it over they were horrified - they moved in 2 days before Christmas with a dozen friends and family who came with mops and elbow grease to make the place habitable. It is now up for sale as our hosts want to take a ...
... in telling you about their locally sourced produce. Pete has been having trouble with his right ear - it's bunged up and he's deaf which is most frustrating for all concerned, so on the advice of our host - an ex nurse- we head off for Okehampton and the Medical Centre. I can see why Colin was fairly disparaging about our choice of places to stay - it certainly wouldn't win an award for the prettiest towns and seems to do a roaring trade in charity shops - a sure ...