The Drewe Arms
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free parking
- Family rooms
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... So I was a bit shocked and regretful when I got stiffed £50 at the toll booth for a 10k 15 minute journey through a damp boring black hole. I suppose it saved me quite a few miles and a fair bit of time but it's over the pass next time!
By doing a bit of planning the final few days coming back up through France turned out to be very rewarding too. I stopped for a couple of nights along one of my favourite spots in the whole country, the Loire.There are many ...
... hotel that does not open on Sunday. We took the car along to the depot and found that there was a box on the side of the building where keys could be left if the office was not open. We were just about to leave the car and keys when two men came out of the office - they were doing a bit of extra work and saw us and we were able to hand the keys over to them and they put the car away. Phew!!!!
Tomorrow morning we catch the train back to London.
after a week long of 21st birthday celebrations, leaving dos and saying goodbye to loved ones..my journey finally begins! very emotional morning saying goodbye to mum and dad, brother and his girlfriend and my cousins..still trying to get over the fact that it's real! soo many different emotions!! excitement and nerves being the main ones! goodbye England! see you next ...
... Church. As we left this precinct we saw a sign pointing to the oldest surviving house in Plymouth, situated behind St Andrews Church so we went to have a look. The house, called Prysten House, was built in 1498 as a merchant’s house and now contains a restaurant called The Greedy Goose.
Back at our hotel we checked in and are delighted to find that our room overlooks Sutton Quay an area with a marina, a number of restaurants and The Mayflower Steps.
... towards Lands End. The gardens were huge and we would need a lot more time and energy than we had to try and see it all. From there headed east to Plymouth for the night. We went via the townships of Fowey to Looe which again are very pretty picturesque seaside towns. At Plymouth we stayed in a thousand year old place called Boringdon Hall Hotel which overlooked the ...