Travelodge St Austell Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
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Alarm awake at 5.45 am. We're on our own now. No one to carry/ drag bags. Ha!!! After shower went to reception to collect our breakfast as restaurant isn't open on Sunday's till 7 am. Collected taxi after checkout at 7am right outside hotel. Must admit a very handy hotel even for a short time. Taxi made a quick ride around to Victoria coach station ( roads fairly quiet as Sunday) - probably no excuse as roads always seem busy at any time in London for what we're used to. Uneventful ...
... to check cricket and footy scores! Then back to uthe cottage to have our Cornish pasties ordered from the farm shop across the road, strawberries (about the best you have ever tasted) and Cornish lemonade (Lill's bingo prize from last night). Enjoyed these in the sunshine in the cottage garden. Then it was into Liskeard - Greg and Mel to watch the cricket at the local pub and Lill and I hit the shops including the op shops! Then back to the pub ...
... around and had a famous Cornish Ice cream - delicious! Then off to Mevagissy - yep another fishing village. Just as good as the others. Delicious fresh fish lunch at The Wheelhouse on the wharf. Then went on a little fishing boat around the harbour with a very Cornish fisherman who sounded a lot like a pirate. Great fun and the perfect day for it. Back to the cottage and Lill and I went to the ...
... Caught the bus back to met the boys. The bus drives down the little roads we have been driving along which is a little hair raising at times! Not sure why there are not more accidents probably because they are used to driving down these skinny roads and avoiding oncoming traffic. Boys were still friends. Back home to the cottage for dinner. Town name of the day ...
... 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 ...