The Osborne Hotel
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... along the Loire, but I chose to go back to Chambord, possibly one of the most outrageous buildings in Europe, and Amboise on the South bank of the Loire. I've been to Chambord a couple of times now, first time with Paul on a bike tour in the late 90's I believe, but for some reason never looked inside. So I put that right this time and checked it out. It's a massive hunting lodge built for the French royal family and apparently has a chimney for every day of the year, and a ...
... We left Falmouth and headed back to Portsmouth believing that there would not be a toll road - wrong!!! About 8 miles west of Portsmouth is a new bridge that has a toll but we decided that the amount we had to pay (£1.50) was more than worth it.
Sunday morning Bruce walked up the main street to get some photos that are quite difficult to get while there is traffic about. When he returned we set off for a visit to a model village ...
after a week long of 21st birthday celebrations, leaving dos and saying goodbye to loved ones..my journey finally begins! very emotional morning saying goodbye to mum and dad, brother and his girlfriend and my cousins..still trying to get over the fact that it's real! soo many different emotions!! excitement and nerves being the main ones! goodbye England! see you next ...
... back to the hotel.
On Friday morning we left Cardiff to travel to Plymouth where we will spend 3 nights. Most of the journey was on the motorway and the traffic was not very heavy. We were happy that we were travelling south, rather than north, as the northbound traffic was very, very heavy and very slow for at least 30 miles. We don’t know why there was a great exodus from the Devon and Cornwall area - maybe they were heading to London to cheer on ...
... Haytor Rocks. I met 5 ponies along the way. Wow, what a view. I didn't climb the big rocks. It was very windy at the top.
Widdecombe-in-the-Moor was my next stop. Lunch of Mac 'n Cheese (3 types including blue) and a Rosies Pig cider. A shopkeeper asked if I had been in the village green where many people were gathered. Several people and ponies Jasmine and Billy are doi sponsor.php ng a 100 mile walk to raise $ for the Dartmoor Pony Heritage Trust. ...