St. Petroc's Hotel and Bistro
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The name I grew up with,Trefethen, is Cornish. This is the place of my people. Half of my people anyway (the other half of me is Welsh and Scottish).
Today was….an experience. An adventure. A memory made.
“This is the home of my people!” I cried. And Rob said, “And there is a reason why your people left!”
Where to start.
Inga. That’s what we call our Volkswagen ...
... invited in for coffee. Lunch was enjoyed in the sun, then Roger and Jan had to go out on an errand, so I stayed home to get my travel blog up to date. Later Jan and I went for a walk along the cliff top then down to the beach where the Grandchildren play when they stay here in Looe. My leg muscles noticed a change in steepness during the walk.
Weather: Mild, sunny afternoon.
This morning was a walk down a rather steep path near the beach to the town of Looe, which is a beautiful safe beach port. A few purchases then coffee and fruit scone before the walk home for a late lunch.
5.00pm we were dressed up and off to pick up their friend Dennis then drive to Bodmin ...
... Trust, who have kept the estate impeccably. Coffee on arrival, visited house, had lunch, then went to the beautiful chapel and gardens. This place is so huge a lot of people volunteer to supervise rooms, assist tourist traffic etc., and they would employ a lot no doubt.
Time to come home and have an early dinner before Roger went to his Ukele club. (Annie and Neil Haines, how are your skills? Roger and Jan send ...
... this way for another way home and to have afternoon coffee. I was amazed as to the number of sun bakers on the beach, which consisted of beautiful sand, not like the pebbles of Kent.
Coffee and cake enjoyed, then homeward bound. A lot of beauty in this county, both inland and ...