Travelodge Torquay

Newton Rd, Torquay, English Riviera, Devon, England, TQ2 5BZ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Newton Rd, Torquay, is near Cockington Gardens, Cockington Court, and Torquay Railway Station.
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    Travel Blogs from Torquay

    English Fish & Chips

    A travel blog entry by ozraftery on Oct 06, 2014

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    ... and Dartmouth. The nearby beach, known as Slapton Sands, was in 1944 part of the site of the ill-fated Exercise Tiger.

    Exercise Tiger, or Operation Tiger, was the code name for one in a series of large-scale rehearsals for the D-Day invasion of Normandy, which took place on Slapton Sands or Slapton Beach in Devon. Coordination and communication problems resulted in friendly fire deaths during the exercise, and an Allied ...

    Land Roving in Modbury

    A travel blog entry by ozraftery on Oct 05, 2014

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    ... tradition. Whilst they were gone we had to do some homework - boring!

    In the afternoon we did a treasure hunt with Catherine. She did one for us and we did one for her. It was really fun until Maddy's big mouth wrecked it. Catherine thought I was getting tired so I had a bath and then got to watch a movie before dinner.

    For dinner Phil made a roast with Yorkshire pudding and baked potatoes - yum! Then after dinner we had thumb wars with Phil before going to bed. Great ...

    Just a stopover....

    A travel blog entry by jklezok on Oct 04, 2014

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    ... with a bailey inside and was made out of shale. It was built in the 12th century on a hill overlooking the River Fowey. It had a double set of entrance gates and what looks like a dry moat. This castle bounced around in ownership during the 12th century and the only notable owner was The Black Prince Edward III. He used the castle between 1354 and 1356 to gather his feudal lords so they could show their allegiance ...

    Back to the UK

    A travel blog entry by ozraftery on Oct 04, 2014

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    ... said they would have to refund him when he got back to Australia. It doesn't matter how long it takes - Dad will always make sure he gets what he paid for, or in this case, what he hasn't.

    This time we got a big Ford Mondeo. Maddy reckons it is better than the F-lat-ee. This car was automatically so at least it should be easier to drive for Dad and we set off for Modbury.

    It only took about 45 minutes and we were at a Aunty Catherine's and Uncle Phil's ...

    A chance to review and re-group!

    A travel blog entry by eamesy on Sep 26, 2014

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    ... I think the trip would have been a bit of an anti-climax, as I would have been a bit fed up with my own company after a few weeks! Although I did have lots of casual socialising with people on many of the smaller campsites, the trip didn't really involve me in doing much with other people at all, so these two special visits made everything else great too.

    So now back in Plymouth and making Sue very jealous ...