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... extreme westerly point of mainland England.
Day 4 - Saturday 21st Sept.
Today was a free day for us to explore the historic town of Falmouth. We had numerous options for filling in our day. We chose a ferry trip to St Mawes, where we visited St Mawes Castle, built during the reign of Henry VIII. Another quaint fishing village with more unique galleries & shops.
Home very foot sore & weary.
... s Flagship Restaurant at Padstow. We were not disappointed.
Our base for the next 3 nights is here in Falmouth where we have just arrived & now we plan to do a brisk walk to burn off some of those calories put on after our lunch.
xxWin & Maureen
p.s. Thank you Tess for your note - our love to everyone.
pps. Lucy thank you for your lovely Confirmation photo.
& thanks to everyone else, it has been great to hear from so ...
... and my beloved pet dog Henry. Mum presented me with a card she called 'coach reading' which once in transit I was to discover was filled with 2 pages of a personal, tearjerking message. The time has flown by since I made the decision to go travelling so before long I'll have completed the biggest challenge in my life to date and will be on my return flight back to ...
... view of the castle ruins was sufficient. We set off back up the track, my walks around Georgetown have become a memorable doddle after trekking back up to Tintagel village. It was heart attack territory, nice of them to put in the occaisional park seat along the way, they were a blessing. I think we walked off ten Cornish Ppastys on that treck.
For those unaware Tintagel Castle is ...
... shack housed a broad cockney who took about 7 quid off us for admission, a further lengthy climb got us eventually to some scttered stones and the makings of a group of round houses which originally had very thick walls about 7 ft high, divided into "courtyards" and roofed round house dwellings. The courtyards were either work areas, gardens or for livestock. They were inhabited by friendly ...