[QUOTE=llama;1054971]Oh yes! Please! Our very favourite place in England was Cornwall (it was a big hit with the kids). We visited a working sheep farm called The Big Sheep - never mind the Tower and Westminster - when we talk about England we still talk about The Big Sheep. My kids spent lots of time trying to decide exactly where Camelot was located! Such a beautiful part of the country!
I know it’s not Cornwall - but it was close by in North Devon - we visited a little town called Clovelly - which was so lovely. No traffic was permitted and it was built on a steep hill that you had to walk down to the harbour (and just about killed yourself walking back up). What an amazing little place it was - like out of the 18th century.
And clotted cream!!!:wub:[/QUOTE]
Gosh Janice you gave me a flashback to my childhood there- my grandmother had a tiny donkey and cart ornament in her house with Clovelly written on. She told me then, that a donkey and cart was, in those days, the only means of transport. It was also her and my grandfather’s favourite holiday place.
We have never been there but maybe we should? Isn’t Camelot and King Arthur’s sword at Tintagel or Boscastle?:huh: Not sure about that either (shame on me I should know).