The Sandpiper Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Ok. Me and my mucker have just found out we can go for a whole month to Spain in October - plan to see all the cities and major towns whilst throwing in some 'costas beachy days' (weather permitting). Not sure which one of us is Thelma/Louise but think I should be Thelma cos I'm the oldest!!!! (by a day!!!). Anyway we now have to sit down and look at travel - don't want to fly so train, bus or ferry. Did you know you can get the ...
... as I hope the photos will show. Afterwards we travelled across Dartmoor plains- a rugged outcrop plain scattered with Dartmoor ponies & sheep that roam freely Just imagine scenes from films such as Poldark etc & this is what I'd envisaged the countryside to be. I'm hoping the photos that I put up gives one a bit of an insight into this wonderful part of the UK. And how ...
... as we enter this lovely seaside resort & onto our hotel for the night. The hotel - the Imperial where once stayed Agatha Christie is perched in a hilltop overlooking Tor bay beautiful. Would say she was inspired for her stories in this hotel. It CREAKS. HA!!!! Her home is just a short drive away. We decided to walk down the street for dinner only a 5-10 minute ...
... felt like forever but was only 2 miles and 10 minutes but I think i got a lot greyer!! Once we were there it was amazing. So beautiful and a great lesson for Shira who learned about it this year at school. The grounds were incredible!!! We then journeyed back towards our hotel and had dinner in Exeter. A great adventurous day and fabulous views of the English coast and ...
... as well as grass cut for hay. Dairy cows were the only colour added to the otherwise green landscape.
We saw man made canals with canal house boats moored along the way, (maybe that's the next dream!)
We arrived at Exeter tired and weary, very impressed with the courteous help from railway staff on our travels. After a shower and freshen up we explored this beautiful city. What an unplanned gem. We were blown away by ...