The Garrack Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews The Garrack Hotel St Ives
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Wow! What a day! Cloudy and rainy as we headed off. Stopped for fuel and and Greg asked the lady at the service station 'Will we get some sunshine today?' She replied 'No we had summer last Wednesday!' Thankfully the day cleared as we headed to Land's End the most western part of mainland UK. We passed 2 people on bikes with their poor little dog on a lead trotting along behind them!!! No kangaroos ...
... gardens with animation and sound. Even building fire, and a dragon. Great sense of humor too with hidden characters and funny names of adverts etc. drove to Plymouth and parked near the Jetty in the old port. Couldn't find the Mayflower 1623 exhibit and finally the tourist bureau told us they are refurbishing and have pulled down ...
... my cheese selection and it was onto L'Eclerc to fuel up with last, sort of cheap diesel. €1.19 a litre.
Lunch on the pier and relax for a few hours before joining the queue for the 18:00 sailing.
It was quite busy on the ferry.
I counted around 45 motorhomes. A few Irish returning like myself but a large bunch of French heading to our beautiful country.
We sailed at 18:20 and a ...
Ah ma gawd! On the plane. Left Heathrow at 9.13pm. Sat next to Diane and Cesca nibbling our way through various snacks (harribo, mentos, lollipops and savoury corn masti) and various alcoholic beverages... (Diane: Whiskey and Coke, Tash: Vodka ...
Got up at 7.45am. It took me a moment to realise that I was about to embark on an amazing adventure; First Great Western passengers really do pull out all the stops to make the train ride as entertaining as possible... Said goodbye to my friend (Hi Renee), had a few photos at the station with the folks, then set off for a 5hr train journey. Arrived at Paddington boiling hot and hungry so grabbed a (rather yummy) yoghurt, banana and honey ...