St. Petroc's Hotel and Bistro
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Counting down.... only 6 days left until we leave on our road trip from Kernow to Kefalonia, can't wait to leave.
We are in the middle of last minute preparations for the drive, the kitchen has been turned into Mission HQ which just means that things are chaotic and there is quite a bit of swearing, mainly at laptops... and each other.
Slowly progress is being made on the never ending "To Do" list! we have a clean car, ...
... most beautiful places I have ever been. There were sheep and goats everywhere just chilling on the edges of cliffs! There were some awesome rocks to jump around on and sit on at the edge. But There were so many steps! I'm talking about 300-400 each way! By the end of it my legs were shaking! Then we had to walk all the way back to the car. But we stopped at a nice pub for lunch at like 2:30pm which was nice. We then headed to Boscastle which is a mini ...
... made by Andrew for us all which was yum! My new best friend Elliot decided he loved me a lot tonight and sat on my lap all night to play games and look at Rons pictures with me. It was so misty again tonight! All of a sudden we looked out the window and there was mist everywhere you could barely see. It looks so cool! Tomorrow we are going for another drive but this time we will drive up the coast more to the north of Cornwall to see a few cool places and ...
... for the 5 of us who paid for it. It's quite funny though watching Abi's family together, while Ron and I watch on the side lines. Tomorrow we head out to explore Cornwall to places like St Ives and St Michaels Mount which should be fun. I'm not sure who's coming but I think there will be more than one car load of us. Once again I have no wifi so I can't add any of my good pictures from my camera, I'll add them later ...
... the edge of the waterfront, it is has really old streets with cobblestone roads and old shops and buildings, then you walk out and there is all the boats set up everywhere. Then when you walk out further you see the lighthouse and out into the ocean. Plymouth used to be a naval port because it has perfect access, they even had a navy boat there. Then I had an Icecream cone of death which Ron said was amazing and he gets everytime. So it's a ...