Journey's End Inn
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... you cannot see the thing you are visiting. We the fore kept going past the 'proper' entrance down a small residential road that eventually petered out. Right at the very end was a tiny lane leading steeply upwards, and there visible (just!) at the top was the Tor. Hurrah! The car was quickly abandoned in the middle of the road so we could take a picture and rapidly be on our way.
We're now already three hours into our first day and doing well (we feel) with ...
... destroyed by King Henry We have been having very early starts and will be glad to get off this cramped bus. Sun 12 th ( our time as we are @12 hrs behind Australia) we will be heading to St Pancras station and heading to Amsterdam ( swap fast trains at Brussels) and hopefully meet Jaala and Tom who fly to Amsterdam from Gatwick airport same day. Lots of Love nett and Phil xx Annette Pearce from my ...
Today we woke up and it was raining...in England. Unbelievable!
Anyway, we had breakfast and then Mum made us do some homework. So boring!
Once we got that finished it was time to jump into the cars and head to Slapton for lunch. It took us about 30 mins to get there, along high hedge roads down to the sea. It was very pretty.
Slapton is a village in Devon, England. It is located near the A379 road ...
... got his old Land Rover out and took us all down to this private beach. We sat in the back. It was great fun. When we got to the beach we walked along the estuary to the sea. It was very pretty. We even got to climb the rocks. Just like we do at Gerringong.
We climbed back in the Land Rover for the trip home. This time Dad sat in the back with us. He reckoned it was pretty cool too.
When we got home Dad and Phil disappeared to the pub. Apparently it was a ...
... at Gard du Nord and then went straight to CDG Airport on the RER. It was so quick and easy and we got off at Terminal 2 and checked in straight away. No queue, no wait - superb. Mum went to try and claim her VAT and Dad took us through security and passport control. We watched this American couple try to take all these bottles of wine through security. They didn't get very far.
We were waiting at the gate in plenty of time (just like Dad likes it) and then had to catch ...