Great Western Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
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... the castle. Unfortunately it was not open, but you could still stroll around the fort bits on the hillside. Pretty impressive and nice for a wander. Again on such a beautiful sunny day, we were spoilt with views. Managed to spot another seal in the water aswell!
From here it was time to head home, but what a lovely few days of winter Cornish sun!
We embraced a very early start to bomb it over to the lovely Cornwall, and our first stop was Lizards Point. Right out on the peninsula and the furthest point South in England, it is a beautiful spot. We wandered down to the view point and checked out an old RNLI station, before having a ramble round the clifftops along the coastpath taking in the stunning views.
With much fresh air sucked into our lungs, we hopped back in the car and continued ...
... would lead to impatience and aggression are weathered with equanimity by a people who know that all of life is just a part of being. The incessant horn of the Delhi driver is not a “what the hell do you think you are doing?” but more of a “take care, my friend, I am coming up behind you.” Virtually every lorry or van has the words “Please sound horn” colourfully emblazoned on the stern. The following vehicles respond with ...
Set off to get to our next destination and close another circle. John O'Groats to Land's End.
First went to The Lizard, the most southerly point in mainland England and less well known. Old life boat station from the 1800s and spectacular cliffs.
Then to Land's End, the most westerly point on the UK mainland, to close another circle. ...
... that is close to the heart of all the babes. Today we're off to Lands End and hopefully we'll climb some rocky mountains and find our pirate kings..... No pirate kings materialised but we did a good imitation of climbing rocky mountains, as well as visiting the amazing Minack theatre - an amphitheatre carved into a cliff overlooking the sea, stepping back to the Iron Age in the ruins of Carn Euny and seeing a spectacular sunset over St ...