Anchorage Hotel

Address: Aveland Road, Babbacombe, Torquay, English Riviera, Devon, England, TQ1 3PT, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Aveland Road, Babbacombe, Torquay, is near Babbacombe Model Village, Cockington Gardens, Cockington Court, and Torquay Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Torquay

    English Fish & Chips

    A travel blog entry by ozraftery on Oct 06, 2014

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    ... itself for the landing was attacked by E-boats of Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine, resulting in the deaths of 946 American servicemen. The incident was under the strictest secrecy at the time due to the impending invasion, and was only nominally reported afterward; as a result it has been called "forgotten".

    Regardless of all that we had really good fish and chips in the local pub. Well, everyone else did, I had chicken and ...

    Land Roving in Modbury

    A travel blog entry by ozraftery on Oct 05, 2014

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    ... 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 ...

    Just a stopover....

    A travel blog entry by jklezok on Oct 04, 2014

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    ... with a bailey inside and was made out of shale. It was built in the 12th century on a hill overlooking the River Fowey. It had a double set of entrance gates and what looks like a dry moat. This castle bounced around in ownership during the 12th century and the only notable owner was The Black Prince Edward III. He used the castle between 1354 and 1356 to gather his feudal lords so they could show their allegiance ...

    Back to the UK

    A travel blog entry by ozraftery on Oct 04, 2014

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    ... to our plane. It was soooo small and had propellers on it. I don't think we've ever been on a pla be so small. Anyway we got on and had this quiche that Mum had cooked before we left, and before we knew it we had arrived at Exeter airport in the UK.

    Dad had booked a car but when he went to pick it up they wanted to charge a one-way fee. Dad said that it wasn't included in the booking and they had to ring up and check with the company he had booked with. He was right ...

    The Jurassic Coast

    A travel blog entry by isabeln on Sep 18, 2014

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    ... and roll another dice to show if you hit the enemy or not. The other game was when you had a flag and you rolled the dice to see what your mission was. The first to complete the mission wins. It was like a board game with a story in it. Dressing up as one of the Navy team was really fun, I dressed up as the person who guides the plane onto the ship, while Alexander dressed up as the person who loads missiles onto them. It was really fun.

    White ...