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So leisurely start to the day with repacking for the journey and a late breakfast. We were picked up on time at 12 and headed for the airport where we checked in with a slight sweat; my case was bang on 23kgs (the limit) Gill's came in at 26.5 kgs but no one said anything , so we didn't either. Good on time flight back with a surprisingly decent meal and free drinks, a novelty in this age. We arrived back at Heathrow on time, long walk in T5 but the ...
... 8217;s famous vegetable stir fries a la pasta sauce on diced chat potatoes. Then a glass of Nederburg and half of The Bodyguard – we actually once sat through the whole of this.
October 12 Friday - Polperro
Well, here it is – our last day here. Tomorrow we head for Bath. Weather’s looking much lighter today and the forecast is for ‘chance of showers’. That’s very good! But, we are not going far, as we want ...
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... been Stephens' ghost! :P That was kinda creepy :P We decided not to walk on the moors because a mist was coming over (could be escaped prisoners about! :P) and it is easy to get lost during a mist.
We walked back down the path and down to the Combe, which is a little gully where the stream runs through further up the hill from the Mill. It looked like rainforest with rapids and moss-covered rocks and trees :) We crossed the bridge that Ange had done a ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed