Premier Inn Plymouth City Centre (Sutton Harbour) Hotel
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... and the GPS was set to take us by the shortest route - well, it might have been the shortest route on a map but the narrow roads in the Devon countryside slowed us down considerably. At times the laneways were just wide enough for two cars to pass - the sides of the road were high hedges with no verge.
We arrived safely in Torquay and found the Model Village. It was opened in 1962 and has been added to up to the present day. It ...
... 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 ...
Left Elsa at Bubbles. Started travelling to Heathrow at 2.30pm Arrived at Heathrow at 7.30pm Flight at 9pm Ethiopian Airlines just about kept us going but wow it was an endurance test. Now I know why the tickets were good value!!!!! Hey james here - what a Journey, 15 ...
... called that and is a dairy farm and produces Dunstaple Ice Cream. Before my visit I arranged to meet with the current owner Jo and her parents, who had owned the farm previously. I also asked if she knew of anyone who could drive me around the area to visit local churches and cemeteries. Jo graciously volunteered to do this. We had a super fantastic time touring the countryside and her home!! She ...
... towards Lands End. The gardens were huge and we would need a lot more time and energy than we had to try and see it all. From there headed east to Plymouth for the night. We went via the townships of Fowey to Looe which again are very pretty picturesque seaside towns. At Plymouth we stayed in a thousand year old place called Boringdon Hall Hotel which overlooked the ...