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My backside's numb

traffic favoured us

sunny 18 °C

We set off 6:30am, made a stop at Frankly services for coffee, a stop at exeter services for cake and arrived at 12:30. Not bad going! Very pleased with the crown inn, a 12th century coaching inn in the countryside -picture perfect. Straight to the bar for a pint of betty stoggs, apparently that's one of the most popular draught beers - mmm now I know why, delish! Bite to eat in the sunshine, in the garden then a short drive to Fowey. A typical picturesque cornish fishing village built into the hillside overlooking the estuary. Wander round and a pot of tea then a little further down the coast to the harbour at charlestown to watch kids jumping in the sea from the harbour walls. Bikes out and a short cycle further along the coast to build up an appetite for dinner. Wash n brush up then downstairs at the crown inn for a well earned meal and a few beers. Pretty good for the first day here.20120720_141003.jpg

Posted by justchilling 11:46 Archived in United Kingdom Tagged crown inn cornwall lanlivery

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