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I'm tired and a little more confident. We've eaten pretty well after today's exertions, which always feels like living to me. I've broken the back of Cornwall and it's reliable undulations. Several experienced buddies have said that Cornwall is some of the hardest riding of the trip and I'm encouraged to have coped with it. I can't feel my legs, though that might be the Glenfiddich.
... s bus drivers were on strike today and we were concerned aout possible difficulty getting public parking. Followed Mike's helpful advice and found a great park within easy walking distance of The Hall for Cornwall. Had time before the 2.30 matinee so we enjoyed lunch and a beer at a local pub (skillets of beef or mushroom& tomato) as well as Cheryl finally findimg some cross stitch kiys she has been unsucessfully chasing all over Europe. Purchased one of Mousehole ...
... watm sunshine overlooking the harbour. Cheryl had a pleasant conversation with some older English ladies also on holidays - they recommended a visit to nearby Lamorna - so off we went pitting ourselves in the hands of the sat nav who we are convinced loves sending us along the narrowest and tightest roads and lanes on the map.
This trip ended up being another stressful 'blind' drive along the tight winding lanes until we arrived at a ...
... now extends steeply up the steep hillsides on both sides of the river.
Last planned stop was Polperro. Suddenly we find ourselves in fading light driving down another incredibly tight laneway (pull those'side'mirrors in - again) at what seemed to be an impossily steep descent. No chance to stop, nowhere to turn around and absolutely no idea of where we were going or what was ahead of us. Got to sea level ( never saw the sea!) and immediately ...
... including extensive practice areas.
Through Rock and Trezdrizzick, past Wadebridge and into the harbour of Padstow. Pretty little sea side township that seems to have outgrown its quaint waterfront.
Back towards Port Isaac via a tiny village called St Kew which consists of a very old church (with accompanying cemetry), child care centre in old rectory, house and Inn. Had planned to eat at the old and very interesting Inn but not open ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility