Porth Avallen Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... both our passports are in that purse!) I ran down the path, weaved through visitors and around to the far side of the quay to the washrooms to find my purse wasn’t where I’d set it down.
I didn’t even know where to start looking. If someone had picked it up, would they turn it in somewhere? Where? If it had been a dishonest person, would they have taken the cash (not a lot) and dumped the purse? I frantically stopped in at a few ...
... invited in for coffee. Lunch was enjoyed in the sun, then Roger and Jan had to go out on an errand, so I stayed home to get my travel blog up to date. Later Jan and I went for a walk along the cliff top then down to the beach where the Grandchildren play when they stay here in Looe. My leg muscles noticed a change in steepness during the walk.
... 45 minutes late leaving, glass of red in hand and a view from the front of the ship, life is good. Despite best plans and trying to reduce stress - the last week was manic, that's the only way to describe it. Few bike prep issues - wrong sprockets and one did not fit, then shortened chain one link too many. Got to know the Fowlers parts guys by first ...
... to find the Pennyroyal Jazz Band playing on the platform. We located our carriage table which was in between couch seats, seating 4, then we could get off and on the steam powered train until it was ready to depart. When that time came the band also got on and continued to play until the next station, Boscarne. The band got off ...
Weather: Cool-mild, cloudy
Roger playing golf and getting new tyres for his car. Jan and I left late morning for Plymouth in Devon to visit Sir Francis Drake's National Trust residence, "Buckland Abbey", where we met up with my God-daughter Clara and her two children, Jacob and Heather.
'Hundreds of years ago, Cistercian monks chose this tranquil valley as the perfect spot in which to worship, ...