St. Agnes Hotel
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... centres, sculptures, restaurants, garden shops and more. This place is like nothing else.
The first biome that we entered was called The Mediterranean Sphere and houses a café, plants from all over world (in geographical regions) and grows a lot of the food that is used in the on-site restaurants. We spent an hour “walking around the world” reading about different plants and smelling/trying herbs. It was informative, creative and cool. A highlight ...
... legs and took off.
There are scores of old stone chimneys in Cornwall, marking the numerous disused silver and tin mines in the area. The countryside is bleak and wind blown, like the West coasts of Scotland, Wales and Ireland, but very beautiful. Lots of stone fences, rocky farmlands and no trees at all.
All of a sudden we're back into green ...
... Doddycross, Doublebois, Sweetshouse, Perranzabuloe, Ventongimps, Goonhaven, Greenbottom, Threemilestone, Marazanvose.
Arriving at Penzance and there are pirates everywhere. Found a nice pub, The Dock Inn. I wanted to duck inn, but Sue told me to dock off. Had a nice meal and couple of ales; upstairs to bed. Looking forward to full Cornwall Brekky in morning.
Well not quite but you have to say the nursery rhyme if you are going to Saint Ives. Poem - As I was going to St. Ives As I was going to St. Ives I met a man with seven wives, Each wife had seven sacks, each sack had seven cats, Each cat had seven kits: kits, cats, sacks and wives, How many were going to St. Ives? The Answer of Course is 1! It takes about an hour to drive to Saint Ives ...
... with well researched replacements.
The garden was obvioulsy a leader in its day, espaliering fruit trees, growing melons and peaches (not usually grown in the English climate). They even heated their greenhouses and had a pineapple pit too. This was heated by rotting horse manure, which is proving more difficult to replicate.
There are ponds, meadows, rides and lawns, and vegie gardens on a fair old ...