Premier Inn Plymouth - Sutton Harbour
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Today we woke up and it was raining...in England. Unbelievable!
Anyway, we had breakfast and then Mum made us do some homework. So boring!
Once we got that finished it was time to jump into the cars and head to Slapton for lunch. It took us about 30 mins to get there, along high hedge roads down to the sea. It was very pretty.
Slapton is a village in Devon, England. It is located near the A379 road ...
... tradition. Whilst they were gone we had to do some homework - boring!
In the afternoon we did a treasure hunt with Catherine. She did one for us and we did one for her. It was really fun until Maddy's big mouth wrecked it. Catherine thought I was getting tired so I had a bath and then got to watch a movie before dinner.
For dinner Phil made a roast with Yorkshire pudding and baked potatoes - yum! Then after dinner we had thumb wars with Phil before going to bed. Great ...
... at Gard du Nord and then went straight to CDG Airport on the RER. It was so quick and easy and we got off at Terminal 2 and checked in straight away. No queue, no wait - superb. Mum went to try and claim her VAT and Dad took us through security and passport control. We watched this American couple try to take all these bottles of wine through security. They didn't get very far.
We were waiting at the gate in plenty of time (just like Dad likes it) and then had to catch ...
... reservoir on the edge of Dartmoor. A beautiful evening walk and pint at a village pub.
And, of course, no trip to Plymouth would be complete without a 'sundowner' at The Barbican.
We always end up our Plymouth stopovers with a meal at The China House. So here we are on Thursday 25th.
So here I am. Bags packed. Hire car parked outside. The last remaining job is to drive the van to it's ...
... impressive, especially the arch if trained apple trees that runs through its centre. A real treat to see pineapple fruits growing in the pineapple pits and melons in the glasshouse. Beautiful wall-trained fruit trees abound, as well as a cut flower garden, a fernery and a wall of bee boles. On the woodland walk surrounding the formal gardens is a sculpture trail of natural sculptures - most famous of all, the Giant's Head and The Lady of the ...