White House Court

St Ives, Cornwall, England, TR26 2QY, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from St Ives

The wheels are in motion... and its not the mini`s

A travel blog entry by miniadventure

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Just getting my thoughts together for my forthcoming trip. I am hoping to leave mid to late March via The swiss Alps and the ski resort of Verbier where my son is currently hurtling down mountains and coaching groups and indviduals the finer points of skiing. He`s living the dream... so ...

I promise not to get annoying!

A travel blog entry by miniadventure

... Also as most of you know, I am not the most literate when it comes to I.T. and the last thing that I want to do is annoy you with updates that you do not particularly want to read. I am going to try and work out how I can let you all know if there is a new post up, but at the same time, you can choose if you want to ...

The waiting game..

A travel blog entry by rcwilson

28 days until I move to australia that countdown has flown by! Everything Is all sorted now: visas, travel insurance, flights etc. excited is a slight understatement. I plan to travel for the first couple of months until I run out of money, get a job then save up to do a road trip around the east coast around my birthday. What a memory I’ll have for my 21st!! I can’t wait to get out of this daily routine I’m stuck in at the ...

From London to Cornwall

A travel blog entry by kitchin

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Leaving Gatwick in our third hire car we headed to Brighton, another unvisited town for Ken. It was a windy bleak day and there wasn't much to recommend the place especially with the Pier closed for Winter. Yet we noted a swimmer in the rough seas... see if you can see him/her!

Our journey to Cornwall included 2 friend stops and a couple of lunches. The first was to visit Penny who ...

The Green Christmas

A travel blog entry by gwainlog

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As we all sat at the court of our King we celebrated Christmas with a great feast. Though, our merriment was interrupted by a man of all green. Even his horse was green. A man of massive size and presence, eyes of red, and a voice like thunder. Though he bore no weapon he was a site to fear. Our king welcomed him to join us, such man was indeed not the kind to offend. Instead he proposed a game. On of quite ...

 

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