Premier Inn Truro
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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Travel Blogs from Carnon Downs
... we could join the End To End Club, if we apply and provide documentation to show we had completed the trip. Again, spectacular cliffs, but very commercialised. Even met two lots of Aussies there. Could not believe our luck with beautiful sunny weather to see these fabulous sights.
Then drove to the edge of Bodmin Moor to camp on a farm for the ...
So we left Salisbury for a trip which Miss Google of the maps said would take about 4 hours, this turned out to be wildly optimistic, we left at 9 and didn't get in to Penzance until 5 (although we did stop in Devon for Devonshire tea and visit the Dartmoor zoo on the way). The countryside is so picturesque and we got to drive some properly narrow country lanes bordered by hedgerows. Linda, I've put in a photo for you of a very ...
... my target of £2000, which will go towards building better homes for people living in slums. I have also contributed a considerable amount of my own money to cover what I would call the holiday part of this trip. So if you see me sitting back and enjoying a beer or two then be sure that this was not due to your generous donation! My travel blog will begin on Friday when I arrive in Kathmandu. Wish me luck and I will keep you posted as often as wifi allows me. Until then wrap up out there!!! ...
A fantastic week with Rod and Jude. Great to catch up with Mike and Barbara and Maesy. The weather was great considering the time of the year albeit misty in the mornings. We had a couple of exhilarating sessions body boarding and a lovely walk from Zennor back to St Ives although can't say I liked the cows!! Journey back to Bristol was good and it was lovely to see Mr. Crofts in Porth just outside ...
... the Camel estuary, a deceptively calm body of water famous for the Doom bar. This large expanse of sand is exposed at low tide and has been responsible for more than 300 shipwrecks as the water is whipped to a frenzy in stormy weather. An enterprising group of locals has now established a brewery whose signature beer is named after the bar.
We crossed over safely in around ten minutes, though the tide was going out and required the ferry to drift across sideways ...