New Continental Hotel
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... s bus drivers were on strike today and we were concerned aout possible difficulty getting public parking. Followed Mike's helpful advice and found a great park within easy walking distance of The Hall for Cornwall. Had time before the 2.30 matinee so we enjoyed lunch and a beer at a local pub (skillets of beef or mushroom& tomato) as well as Cheryl finally findimg some cross stitch kiys she has been unsucessfully chasing all over Europe. Purchased one of Mousehole ...
Despite being very grey when we woke, today has been our best day weather wise for some time. The skies cleared as we headed south and we were blessed with blue skies and bright sunshine fo the whole day. Even the locals were surprised with the 16° maximum.
After the first stretch of narrow roads via St Kew (including being parked up for some time while a herd of dairy cows used the road) we we able to use main highways south west until ...
Today we set out on a longer journey and ended up travelling over 250km over 8 hours. Initially we headed for Truro city. Bought tickets for a musical matinee for Thursday afternoon and then walked a little around the centre of the city. Cheryl was impressed with Lakeland kitchenwares and bought a set of cutting tools for making ginger bread houses. We shared another great Cornish pasty while walkimg past the Town Hall and Cathederal.
... including extensive practice areas.
Through Rock and Trezdrizzick, past Wadebridge and into the harbour of Padstow. Pretty little sea side township that seems to have outgrown its quaint waterfront.
Back towards Port Isaac via a tiny village called St Kew which consists of a very old church (with accompanying cemetry), child care centre in old rectory, house and Inn. Had planned to eat at the old and very interesting Inn but not open ...
... chunk. Staying around the village was easy. There’s coffee shop research, numerous small emporia, and the harbour with a great number of small craft and thousands of seagulls. Have we already mentioned how picturesque this place is? Then it was time for a place to have lunch – and more coffee. A relaxing afternoon, looking at the local art galleries, and following the River Pol as it wends it’s way through the village. A visit to the Blue Peter ...
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