The Durant Arms
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... I have had my fair share of heart break (haven't we all) and making the decision to travel with my partner was no easy choice, however since that moment I have not looked back and now I count down the days till I say goodbye to the people I leave behind and hello to a brand new, exciting and mysterious journey ahead. "Travel is not about the destination, its about the journey you take along the ...
... money is at the root of everything we do nowadays, and well saving for our travels has been no easy task. Long office hours, tough discipline with our spending (not easy with a Ben&Jerrys obsession) and well general cutting back on every little thing we do on a daily basis. Well so far all I seem to have done is rant on but to put this into a nutshell, the baby steps of planning and saving are beyond exciting. 64 days till take ...
Although Devon is a beautiful part of England, the prime reasons for coming here was to spend time at the beach. Unfortunately, we do not have any power over the weather, and it chose to be very dull and at times cold. So on the last day of our holiday we ventured down to Blackpool Sands, which of course is not a sandy beach but one that is made up of shingles or tiny pebbles and is privately owned which means that you have to ...
Juliet, Kate, Perce and I set out for a four night holiday on the coast of Devon, just outside of the town of Dartmouth. Our accommodation was a Best Western at the Dartmouth Golf and Spa Club. Devon is part of South West England, bounded by Cornwall to the west, Somerset to the northeast, and Dorset to the east. It is regarded as the English Riviera and offers a diverse range of attractions. Dartmouth is situated at the mouth of the River Dart, opposite the picturesque ...
... of the harbour. We followed the path around to the Royal William Yard which had been used by the Royal Navy as a storage area. It contained lots of beautiful buildings that appear to be mostly restaurants today. However, there were a few shops. Also there was a food fair happening in the park which had lots of colourful stalls and lots of interesting foodstuffs. We were still full from breakfast so didn't indulge except in the fudge. It was the best vanilla fudge that ...