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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... A lot of driving and a lot of camping later...we're home to sunny west Wales. With a new tent purchased in the pouring rain near Camp Colette & Jody yesterday. Tsk tsk, you Londoners do get poor weather don't you? So that's more camping to come. Which definitely edges us closer to France/Spain/Portugal next year than it does driving across the States. J&C had also recently returned from a camping sojourn ...
... rubbish school - Jess, too hot - Paul) and the fact that time was running out for when we wanted to go we decided we were going to live in a place called Beaulieu-sur-Dordgone. This blog is going to be our story of how this goes for us and a daily update might bore everyone senseless so it will be updated intermittently, hopefully when something interesting or eventful happens. Unfortunately there was neither today but seeing as it is the day we ...
Our day started early as the ferry departure was 8.20am and we had to be at the port 30minutes before departure. Needless to say, we made it and we're off to Holyhead, Anglesea in Wales. A lovely little village. As it was lunch time we thought we would have lunch at the pub, The White Eagle where William and Kate ...
Friday night was a real foodie B & B in St Dogmaels near Cardigan with locally sourced organic produce. Photo attached. Rhubarb and banana compote with yoghurt and granola and organic porridge with nutmeg was the fuel for the day and we certainly needed it. We climbed 400 feet in the first mile and another 3,500 over 45 miles. The ice cream in St David's tasted amazing , my bike nav ( same one as Sicily) ...
... one of Jackie's well researched tea spots. As the B. & B was very remote we decided to pick up a picnic at Whites Emporium which had a Notting Hill feel to it . I chose a beetroot and pomegranate salad. They sold wine from the barrel in glass bottles which seemed a good idea at the time. A few miles later when we tackled hills ...