St. Moritz Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... museum we walked along the main street to a marina almost completely surrounded by high brick walls except for an opening for the boats to use to go to sea. The marina was almost completely empty of water and the boats were sitting on the mud. The rise and fall of the tide is amazing and, as we were there, the tide turned and the sea began to fill the marina.
Bruce re-programmed the GPS to find the quickest trip home regardless of ...
... in the World Cup Rugby final.
We encountered a traffic jam as we entered Plymouth and the last few miles were at snail’s pace. We got to the hotel early so we left the car in the hotel carpark and walked into the centre of the city to collect the train tickets for our journey to London on Monday. On the way back from the railway station we found a pedestrian mall and shopping centre so stopped for a look. We also found the Plymouth Guild Hall and, next to it, ...
... also saw these cool little birds called Roal Roal Partridges that were colourful and busy. We spent over and hour in this sphere just because it was so cool.
After an amazing day, we drove to the surf town of Newquay, watched the Rugby semi-final – damn Kiwis – and had a pretty ****** sleep in a gross Belushi’s dorm.
The two gardens over the last two days were bloody beautiful and we are relishing autumn in the SW of England.
Ciao for now. ...
The wonderful library let me stash my luggage while I visited the grocery store. Nice supper of Stilton cheese, crackers, grapes & beer. The Headdons B&B is fantastic- comfy bed, great shower, beautiful gardens. I do need to use a taxi to get there. Tuesday was the ultimate highlight of the trip. Years ago I found out the the Axford family lived at Dunstaple Farm in the early 1800's. The farm ...
... People were walking down these narrow lanes and had to duck into doorways or recesses to let us pass. That may well be the quickest tour by a visitor. The hills were steep and the corners I had to edge around to avoid scraping the rock walls. It would be a near impossible job to be a removalist in the area. Onwards to the Lost gardens of Helidon which are on the ...