Royal Exeter Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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We went further along the bottom of England to a small town called Milford on Sea. From there you can see the Isle of Wight. We had a beautiful warm day of 20C, down to a t-shirt again.
From here we went to Beaulieu National Motor Museum. Here we spent the day looking at old cars and bikes. There is ...
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We took the scenic route today from Great Wishford down to a place called lyndhurst. Another typical English village. The countryside is stunning and we were in an area called New Forest where there are no fences for most of the trip and the horses and cows just roam all over the road Lots of very cute foals but you have to drive slowly.
We then found a place called Bailieu which had a fantastic automobile exhibition and all the original Top Gear cars. We spent a ...
... a Guildhall until the 16th century but was part of a larger Franciscan friary that was completed in the 1280s and is a rare example of Franciscan architecture from that period in such a good state of preservation.
I walked around it to get some photos from different angles and then climbed up onto what's left of the city walls to make my way back to the centre. The walls are not as impressive as those that we saw recently in Chester but as the city’s ...