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Day 7

Devon & Cornwall

large_SAM_0462.jpgSorry Melbourne. It is still fine and in the low 20s here in UK.
We started our day with Breakfast in the restaurant downstairs. An impressive continental spread was on offer and hot breakfasts were cooked to order. After eating our fill we headed off in the car.
Today we visited attractions in the Cornwall County. Unfortunately, due to navigation difficulties we didn’t arrive there till lunch. Our first stop was St Austell where Darlene had a Cornish Pastie and Ian had a Sausage Roll. From there we went to see the Eden project. With so much else to see we just visited the cafeteria for a coffee and the souvenir shop. We did purchase the DVD so we can see what it is like inside.
Our next stop was at Mont St Michel, just near Penzance. We took a few photos and continued on to Lands End. On the way we passed a church dating back to 587 AD. At Lands End it was considerably cooler than our other locations. In our T Shirts with a stiff wind and just 15 degrees we weren’t going to be hanging around outside too long. Ian walked the perimeter getting some photos whilst Darlene checked out the shops in the village there.
By then it was after 4pm so we headed back as we had over 2 hours on the road ahead to get back to Plymouth.
We found a Salad & Grill restaurant around 6.30 pm and had a quiet drink at the bar whilst we waited for a table. After eating our fill we headed back to our luxurious private hotel for our second and final night.

Posted by IanDarleneUK 00:26

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